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Arkansas casino campaign raises more than $2.7 Million

Arkansas casino campaign raises more than $2.7 Million
Arkansas casino campaign raises more than $2.7 Million

Recently, A campaign Has been introduced to legalise casino in Arkansas has raised more than $2.7 Million this month, basically they raised it from two main American Indian tribes. One in Oklahoma and another one from the parent owner of a dog track in West Memphis.

A report has come on Tuesday that, they are spending more than $2.7 Million from Oct.1 through Saturday on the campaign which was proposed for a constitutional amendment that would legalize casinos at the Southland dog track in West Membis and the oaklawn horse track in hot springs. The proposal would also legalize the casinos in pope and Jefferson Countries.

Southland’s Parent Company, Delaware North, donated more than $1.1 million in the month of October. The tribes like Cherokee Nation and Quapaw have also contributed more than $8.5 millions total to the campaign.

 

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