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Re: Native casinos
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From Carlton, MN.
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What I don't get, is why we can not open a casino? When the issue to allow gambling went up for a vote, the people approved it. Yet congress will not let us open one. State run or not. With all the money the natives make, we could be putting that in to the tax roll, instead of having being used against us in the courts. We need to get congress to do what the people wanted in the first place.

Posted on: 2/2 22:48:10
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Re: Native casinos
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From Balsam Township
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Someone needs to take away the exclamation point and question mark button from Chris63. Calm down bro.

Posted on: 2/3 0:14:33
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Re: Native casinos
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Correct me if I am wrong, but didn't the State give away the State Run Casino option, when the two DFL Chuckleheads negotiated Zero State Tax on N.A. Casinos "forever" ?

JFTR Minnesota is now held Nation Wide on what Not To Do in N.A. Casino authorization.

Posted on: 2/3 10:08:38
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Re: Native casinos
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12/18/2012
From South Minneapolis
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Go to the casino on Mille Lacs every year! Best place to take a sh!t after spending the night on the lake. Walk in, drop off the pizza, chips and beer in their nice clean bathroom, grab some free pop on the way out and go back to fishing. Don't take the casino away, I don't know where I would take my morning poo...

Posted on: 2/3 12:02:55
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Re: Native casinos
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bottlebass wrote:
Go to the casino on Mille Lacs every year! Best place to take a sh!t after spending the night on the lake. Walk in, drop off the pizza, chips and beer in their nice clean bathroom, grab some free pop on the way out and go back to fishing. Don't take the casino away, I don't know where I would take my morning poo...


Now this is the best use of a casino I've seen yet!

Posted on: 2/3 16:34:28
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Re: Native casinos
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01/23/2009
Posts: 262
Exactly. Tight lines

Posted on: 2/3 21:03:16
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Re: Native casinos
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I'm calm bro, just keystrokes no biggie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!c63

Posted on: 2/4 1:58:18
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Re: Native casinos
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05/07/2008
From SW Metro
Posts: 696
I have to agree, not only for the reasons you mentioned.

I have not and will not visit a Casino. Mostly due to the Fact that as Sovereign Nations they make their own rules and laws. If you happen to get hurt there or have a problem, you must sue in their Court operating under their Rules!

That said, being a B.A.S.S. Tournament Angler and Club tournament participant, I will NOT attend the A.O.Y. (Angler of the Year) Tournament as the big Public events are held on Indian/Casino Lands.

Posted on: 2/4 19:13:59
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Re: Native casinos
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If I recall the Casino time option has to be renewed every so often, so make a deal.

Let's Negotiate as they can have their Casino Monopoly but to have this All Bands/Tribes including the Wisconsin Bands/Tribes must Agree to give up ALL Natural Resources Harvesting/Gathering Claims!

Including Voiding all treaties concerning Natural Resources and all people must play (Hunt & Fish) by the same State Laws!

Posted on: 2/4 19:24:00
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Re: Native casinos
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WMBTD I couldn't agree more. The big bass tournament is touted as something that is a great deal for the area. If everything takes place at the casino, how many area resorts actually benefit from this? This area is in serious financial decline, just like Upper Red Lake. Tribal funds have already been used to buy up several properties that went under.

Posted on: 2/4 21:22:59
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