Oklahoma Gaming Tribes Refuse Arbitration In Compact Dispute

Oklahoma tribes that operate casinos have refused the state’s offer to go into arbitration over a dispute begun by the governor about the renewal of their gaming compacts, according to a letter addressed to the state attorney general Mike Hunter.

The stalemate continues despite a recent two-hour meeting between tribal leaders and Hunter.

Members of Republican Governor Kevin Stitt’s staff and Hunter, who is representing the state, took part in discussions with tribal leaders about Oklahoma’s tribal gaming compacts on October 28. 

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