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Covering The Capitol: Oklahoma Gaming Compacts


Capitol Insider: Stitt Pushes For Public Support Of Compact Changes

The Oklahoman

Governor voices frustration, suggests tribal gaming fees as high as 25%


Dueling pressers: Stitt, tribes talk gaming negotiations

The Oklahoman

Oklahoma governor digs in on gambling showdown with tribes

Public Radio Tulsa

Stitt, Tribes Remain at Odds on Whether Gaming Compacts Expire or Automatically Renew


State disagrees with tribal leaders on gaming compact conditions

The Journal Record

Tribes not interested in arbitration

Tulsa World

Tribes say no to arbitration on gaming compact renewal

The Oklahoman

Oklahoma ScissorTales: More room to do more good

The Oklahoman

Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter discusses gaming compacts with tribal leaders

Tulsa World

State, tribes hold historic meeting on gaming compacts: ‘You have to walk before you can run’

Tulsa World

Former governor Brad Henry says current tribal gaming compact dispute ultimately ‘won’t be good’ for Oklahoma

The Ada News

Lighthorse Police Department celebrates 15 years working together with area law enforcement


Commission unanimously approves license to keep racing, gaming at Remington Park

The Oklahoman

Win-win on gaming is goal for Oklahoma tribes

Tulsa World

Lawyer says action by Horse Racing Commission bolsters argument that tribal gaming compacts automatically renew

Tulsa World

Ottawa, Delaware counties generate $519 million combined in visitor spending as ‘welcome mat’ for Oklahoma

The Oklahoman

Attorney general to meet with tribes to discuss gaming compacts

Associated Press

Oklahoma Governor Tests Power of Tribal Gambling