An agreement has been made between New Mexico Governor and a Native American
tribe in regards to their tribal owned casinos. Gov. Susana Martinez have
settled negotiations that will allow over the next 20 years, the operation of
two Jicarilla Apache Nation casinos.
2 percent of the casinos' yearly revenue will be paid to the state. The amount
will not exceed $6 million. After that amount, the casinos will pay the state
The new gaming compact also allows for the casinos in Dulce to continue
operating. As well as possible new locations that will not limit the amount of
casino sites that the tribe could operate.
The deal must be approved by the Federal Interior Department and the New Mexico
Legislature before being finalized.
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