- Oklahoma governor still hopes for new tribal gaming compacts
- Tribes careful not to celebrate excessively after victory
- U.S. Supreme Court decision gives tribes more leverage in any future deal
After standing eyeball to eyeball with Oklahoma’s Indian gaming tribes, Republican Governor Kevin Stitt blinked.
In a big surprise, Stitt announced late Friday he will not appeal a federal judge’s ruling that Oklahoma tribal gaming compacts renewed automatically on January 1 for a second term of 15 years.
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