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No on 27, Californians for Tribal Sovereignty and Safe Gaming

No on 27, Californians for Tribal Sovereignty and Safe Gaming (CTSSG) released the following statement tonight regarding the defeat of Prop. 27.

“California tribes are thankful that voters have defeated Prop. 27 and affirmed the mutually beneficial relationship enjoyed by tribes with the State of California. The sovereign right of tribes to exclusively operate casino-style gaming in California, as originally confirmed by the State’s voters over two decades ago, has been preserved from the incursion of out-of-state corporations. Those corporations should be aware that California tribes will always protect their people and their sovereignty, as well as work with the people of California to improve our collective well-being, now and into the future.” 

Dan Little, Chief Intergovernmental Affairs Officer at San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.

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No on 27, Californians for Tribal Sovereignty and Safe Gaming was the only campaign committee dedicated solely to defeating Prop. 27, the online gambling measure sponsored by out of state corporations.

Ad paid for by No on 27 - Californians for Tribal Sovereignty and Safe Gaming, sponsored by tribal organizations. Committee major funding from:

San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians
Pala Casino Spa Resort

Funding details at: https://www.fppc.ca.gov/

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