We pay taxes. We paid $374 million in local, state and federal taxes in 2017.
We are the only federally recognized Indian Tribe in the state of Alabama and operate as a sovereign nation.
We have 20 businesses in Alabama in addition to our three gaming resorts.
We support gaming under a regulatory authority that will collect license fees for participating businesses and ensures the integrity of the industry.
We support license fees to be paid by any entity who wants to operate a casino in the State.
License fees ensure casinos are not just a gaming business, but a deluxe tourist destination that will bring people and money to the State.
At our Alabama premiere gaming resorts, we currently operate Class II gaming, which is electronic bingo.
We want Alabamians to have the chance to vote on any gaming legislation and decide what they want gaming to do for the State.
We support a traditional lottery for the state of Alabama— we believe this is the lottery’s best chance for making it to a statewide vote.
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