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THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 2002 The Colorado River Indian Tribes of Arizona dispute the results of a gaming study that concludes the state will receive less money than anticipated. The study was commissioned by the Arizona Department of Gaming. A private consulting group said the tribes' ballot initiative would contribute $26 million a year to the state whereas a racetrack proposal would generate $294 million a year. The tribes say their proposal would generate $50 million for the state. Get the Story:
Gaming revenue is analyzed (The Arizona Republic 6/27)
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