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March 21, 2007

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Chris

Why is there a concern even IF the tribe wanted a "gov't" building for administrative, cultural events to take place? Shouldn't ANY business or org have a building a common thing? As to the gaming / bingo issue, although the tribe says it will bring 400 jobs. What kind of jobs? In Calif., there are native casinos here & I've spoken with native people who have degrees & want jobs in these casinos and I have noticed in native california casinos, most are non native workers. I was told that in Florida, if you belong to the wrong tribe per se- you won't get the job. So if you belong to the wrong band of a tribe, then your resume would not be considered. What is this? I think of having facilities for different needs are really different issues.

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