Five Tribes reject Stitt's call to negotiate gaming compacts, 'question his sincerity to work with us'

Tulsa World: The top leaders of five major Oklahoma-based tribes said Friday that they reject Gov. Kevin Stitt’s call to renegotiate gaming compacts and said his recent actions cause them to “question his sincerity to work with us in a cooperative manner.”

Meeting in Tulsa, the chiefs of the Cherokee, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole nations and the governor of the Chickasaws, acting as the Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes, signed a resolution Friday morning saying they “reject” Stitt’s apparent threat to terminate the compacts if they are not renegotiated.

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