Siletz Indians Ask Oregon Tribes to Unite for Salem Intertribal Project

Written by at May 19, 2017

The Confederated Tribe of Siletz Indians have proposed a “shared mission” that involves building a casino resort on their tribal land in Salem, Oregon, and sharing an unprecedented 25 percent of the net gaming revenue with state and local government. Meanwhile, the Siletz would split 50 percent of net revenue with participating tribes and take 25 percent.

There’s just one catch: participating tribes must guarantee they’ll never build a casino in the Portland area,

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