Give Us Casinos Or We Shall Grow Cannabis, Says Florida Tribe

Give Us Casinos Or We Shall Grow Cannabis, Says Florida Tribe A joint for high-rollers? If Florida Governor Rick Scott doesn’t accede to the Poarch Creek Band’s casino ambitions they’re going to start weed that is selling. The Poarch Creek Band of Indians’ message to Florida Governor Rick Scott is straightforward: allow us build some casinos that are new we will grow and circulate cannabis alternatively. We have actually no basic idea what it is like to end up being the man in charge of Florida, but we imagine this news may have caused the governor to choke on his breakfast. Scott has refused to negotiate aided by the Creeks so far because, he says, the tribe needs more recognition through the federal government. The governor’s office recently stated that it might be ‘premature to take part in compact negotiations until it received an Indian lands determination from United States Department of the Interior.’ The tribe, which is situated in Alabama where it runs three casinos but also owns land simply over the border in Florida, is incensed and it is clearly prepared to play hardball. Good Neighbors ‘We are entitled to negotiate a compact with the state. We’ve 642 tribal members residing through the entire state of Florida,’ said Tribal seat Stephanie Bryan. ‘We are asking Governor Scott to acknowledge we are a federally recognized tribe. ‘We give consideration to ourselves good neighbors and good natives. We have entitlement to negotiate a compact using the continuing state,’ she added. PCBI wants to use bingo-style slot machines in pari-mutuels in Jacksonville, Pensacola as well as on land just outside...
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