Non-tribal casino plan resurfaces


Backers of an attempt to create the state’s first non-tribal casino and entertainment complex may try their luck again at the next election.

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Backers of an attempt to create the state’s first non-tribal casino and entertainment complex, which was rejected by Oregon voters in November 2010, may try their luck again at the next election.

Lake Oswego businessmen Bruce Studer and Matt Rossman are listed as the chief petitioners of the Oregon Job Growth, Education and Communities Fund Act, which has statutory and constitutional components, according to the Oregon Secretary of State’s office.

The secretary of state’s office website does not list how many signatures the petitions have collected.

Read more in today’s Portland Tribune.




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