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What's New

2/1/08
Press Release
Governor Schwarzenegger Urges Californians to Support Props. 94, 95, 96, 97

1/24/08
Coalition Press Release
Daily Breeze, Redding Record Searchlight, Vacaville Reporter Endorse Yes on Propositions 94, 95, 96 and 97

1/23/08
Coalition Press Release
San Diego Union Tribune, Ventura County Star, North County Times, Lodi News-Sentinel Endorse Indian Gaming Agreements

1/22/08
Coalition Press Release
Los Angeles Times Endorses YES on 94, 95, 96 and 97

1/18/08
Coalition Press Release
San Bernardino Sun, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin Endorse YES on 94, 95, 96 and 97

1/13/08
North County Times
Tribal gaming agreements: Good for North County and our state

1/10/08
Coalition Press Statement
STATEMENT FROM COALITION TO PROTECT CALIFORNIA’S BUDGET & ECONOMY ON RELEASE OF GOVERNOR’S BUDGET

1/7/08
Coalition Press Release
REPORT: Props 94, 95, 96 & 97 Expected To Generate $16 Billion in Revenue Sharing Payments and Taxes (including $10.2 Billion to State General Fund); $44.5 Billion in Wages; 875,500 Jobs

1/4/08
Riverside Press-Enterprise Editorial
Yes on 94-97

1/3/08
Coalition Press Release
YES on Props 94, 95, 96 and 97 Launch New Ad Featuring Schwarzenegger, O’Connell, PORAC

12/21/07
Desert Sun (Palm Springs)
City Council Supports Gaming Compact Between Tribe, State

12/20/07
Coalition Press Release
Communications Workers of America, AFL-CIO Endorses YES on Props 94, 95, 96 and 97

12/18/07
Coalition Press Release
California Latino Organizations Endorse YES on Props 94, 95, 96 and 97

12/12/07
Coalition Press Release
Leading California Business Organizations Endorse YES on Props 94, 95, 96 and 97

11/20/07
Coalition Press Release
California Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell Endorses Historic New Indian Gaming Agreements

11/19/07
Coalition Press Release
PORAC, Nation’s Largest Statewide Law Enforcement Association, Endorses Historic New Indian Gaming Agreements

11/15/07
Coalition Press Release
State Legislative Analyst Office Reports Indian Gaming Opponents Have Cost State $200 Million in Lost Revenue

11/7/07
Coalition Press Release
California Coalition of Law Enforcement Associations Endorses Historic New Indian Gaming Agreements

11/2/07
Coalition Press Release
California NAACP Endorses Historic New Indian Gaming Agreements

10/22/07
Coalition Press Release
California Fire Chiefs Association Endorses New Indian Gaming Agreements

YES on the Indian Gaming Agreements

 

Keeps hundreds of millions of dollars in new revenues in the state budget every year

Shares revenues with non-gaming tribes statewide

Creates thousands of new jobs

 

Without these agreements, California gets
nothing – no new revenues, no new jobs.

Vote YES on February 5th

 

    Tribes Urge YES

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  Fire Chiefs Urge YES

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