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By Randy EllisStaff firstname.lastname@example.orgTwo tribes that broke away from other Oklahoma tribes to sign gaming compacts with Gov. Kevin Stitt say the amount of annual exclusivity fees they owe the state will drop by hundreds of thousands of dollars if the new agreements gain approval.
The flat 4.5 percent revenue sharing rate that the Comanche Nation and Otoe-Missouria Tribe would be required to pay the state under the controversial new compacts is considerably less than the blended rates they have been paying under old compacts, tribal leaders say.Read more on NewsOK.com
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Two tribes defend new gaming compacts