PHOENIX - A Maricopa County Superior Court judge agreed last week with the City
of Glendale in its dispute over land on which the Tohono O'odham Nation plans to
build a Las Vegas-style casino and hotel.
The tribe argued that the land it owns near Glendale is unincorporated land and
can be added to its reservation. If the federal government approved, the land
would qualify for the casino. However, the City of Glendale argued that the land
was lawfully annexed by the city in 2001.
The judge ruled the land is incorporated land and cannot be added to the tribe's
reservation. Arizona Indian casinos can only be built on reservation land.
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