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June 29, 2013

Arizona casinos owned by the Navajo Nation may now sale alcohol to guests while they are gambling. The bill was passed on Friday by the Navajo Nation Council.

Previously, alcohol could be sold at the restaurant inside the casino. Alcohol was not allowed on the casino floor.

The bill was approved by a 9 to 7 vote.

With the approval, alcohol may now be consumed in the casino gaming area.

The bill was introduced as a way to stay ahead of competition from other Arizona casinos.

However, the bill is for the Navajo Nation's Arizona owned casinos only. The tribe's New Mexico casinos will still remain with their current ban.

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