NOVEMBER 27, 2000 A new casino scheduled to open next year on the Tohono O'odham Nation in Arizona might sell alcohol despite a long ban on the sale of liquor on the reservation. But the new casino is located on a district which decided to go "wet" after the tribe's Legislature gave each district the power to do so. A total of three are wet. The tribe's gaming compact with the state requires them to abide by state liquor regulations. Get the Story:
Tohono O'odham casino may sell alcohol (AP 11/27)
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