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State officials work to shut down casino-style gaming on Alabama-Coushatta Reservation in East Texas

State officials work to shut down casino-style gaming on Alabama-Coushatta Reservation in East Texas submitted by zsreport to texas [link] [comments]

Alabama-Coushatta tribe to hold job fair for Livingston Texas casino April 19, 20

Alabama-Coushatta tribe to hold job fair for Livingston Texas casino April 19, 20 submitted by zsreport to houston [link] [comments]

Alabama-Coushatta tribe to hold job fair for Livingston Texas casino April 19, 20

Alabama-Coushatta tribe to hold job fair for Livingston Texas casino April 19, 20 submitted by zsreport to texas [link] [comments]

I don’t know how far this’ll go or how it’ll react but my people need help

If this isn’t allowed then just take it off. My people are the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas. On our tribal lands is our gaming facility, Naskila Gaming. Naskila Gaming is a class 1 casino built about a few years ago. We had another casino in the late 20th century but that was mismanaged and had to be shut down. We came back again, hence Naskila, and are fighting to keep it. Naskila provides South East Texas with 800 gaming machines, 3 restaurants inside, and giveaways that include large amounts of money and even cars and boats. Naskila is quickly coming (if not already) the #1 provider for our tribal economy. Through Naskila we are able to pay for the college tuitions of our tribal youth, give being its through the Indian Health Service (our on the reservation clinic), we’ve been able to purchase more equipment and resources for our tribal police department to ensure our tribal safety, we’ve been able to purchase new housing for the people who’s houses were affected by Hurricane Harvey, it has paid for new housing electrical system for many houses (mine included) and have been able to fund many other projects that we were unable to before Naskila. Recently Senator Cornyn, Gov. Abbot, and Lt. Gov. Dan patrick came forward opposing the existence of Naskila gaming. As I said before we are fighting to keep it. We are trying to pass a legislative in the US congress that will allow us to keep our facility. The legislative passed the House of Representatives and is awaiting the senate. But I believe that it is in danger now with this large opposition in the Texas government that gave voice a few days ago. I myself want to go to college for a doctorates in archaeology/marine archaeology but without Naskila gaming I would have to pay for my own tuituon, housing, etc. We as a tribal nation are a sovereign nation and have sovereign rights, but are being forced to limit that due to outside opposition. I made this post in a plea of help, a plea for myself and my fellow people who live on the reservation. Naskila Gaming as vastly improved the lives of many people and I fear that with it gone we will go back to near impoverished conditions as we before Naskila Gaming. I thank everyone who took the time of their day to read this and even more to help further our fight for our rights as tribal people. I will post links to whatever I can to help understand. I also ask the help of you guys to support and give aid to our cause. Naskila Gaming has become in some ways our life blood, and we’re at great risk to loose it now. Please Help
Recent News Article of Opposition
Naskila Website
Give Support for HR 759
Support Website #2
Tribal Website for those who are curious about us
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The Alabama-Coushatta first offered gambling in 2001 only to have it shut down nine months later due to a federal court ruling resulting from a challenge launched by then Texas Attorney General John Cornyn; the same challenge that shut down the operations of the Tigua tribe of El Paso. Prior to being shut down, the Alabama-Coushatta’s casino Alabama-Coushatta Tribe Fights to Keep Texas Electronic Bingo Venue Open, State Pushes for Shutdown and Fines. Posted on: March 1, 2018, 05:00h. Alabama-Coushatta Tribe's casino has $170M impact on East Texas economy. March 20, 2020. Naskila Gaming is an electronic bingo casino owned by the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe in Livingston, Texas. In a newly-released study by the Texas Forest Country Partnership (TFCP), Naskila Gaming was recognized as the second largest employer in Polk County. The casino provides a $170 million impact on the The Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas supports Congressional action that will stop the state of Texas from trying to close Naskila Gaming, the Tribe’s electronic bingo entertainment facility located on its reservation. The simple clarification that the Tribe is authorized to offer electronic bingo under the federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act will eliminate the state’s legal challenge An enterprise of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe, Naskila provides endless entertainment to our citizens as well as local residents and tourists in and near Livingston. We’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays. Whenever you’re looking for fun, Naskila Gaming is the jackpot for food and fun. With more than 800 electronic games, a delicious dining experience, rewarding Support Grows in East Texas for Federal Bill to Save Embattled Alabama-Coushatta Gaming Hall. Posted on: July 11, 2019, 04:07h. Last updated on: July 11, 2019, 12:02h. Alabama-Coushatta Tribe willing to ax land claim for casino (April 4, 2013) The Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas is willing to drop its land claim in exchange for a casino. A federal court said the tribe deserves $270 million for being deprived of its land rights. H.R.1144, the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas Equal... The Alabama-Coushatta Indian Tribe of Texas, Incorporated, occupies a 4,593.7-acre reservation on U.S. Highway 190, seventeen miles east of Livingston in Polk County. In 2005 the names of more than 1,000 Alabama-Coushattas were recorded on the tribal roll, of whom approximately 500 lived on the reservation. Although recognized as two separate tribes, the Alabamas and Coushattas have been 2016:East Texas casino reopens with little fanfare *** The Alabama-Coushatta tribe for decades - or, arguably, centuries - has fought for the right to exist. Two tribes that eventually became one Located an hour and a half north of Houston in the Big Thicket, the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe is the oldest Indian reservation in Texas. Our rich history and beautiful enclave are what tribal citizens and tourists alike love about our nation. Visit us to experience the natural beauty of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas.

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