In 2004, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger watches as Jessica Tavares, of the United Auburn Indian Community, signs the last of five renegotiated gambling compacts during a ceremony at Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento. Gov. Jerry Brown and the tribe have signed an amended deal awaiting legislative ratification.
In 2004, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger watches as Jessica Tavares, of the United Auburn Indian Community, signs the last of five renegotiated gambling compacts during a ceremony at Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento. Gov. Jerry Brown and the tribe have signed an amended deal awaiting legislative ratification. John Decker Sacramento Bee file
In 2004, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger watches as Jessica Tavares, of the United Auburn Indian Community, signs the last of five renegotiated gambling compacts during a ceremony at Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento. Gov. Jerry Brown and the tribe have signed an amended deal awaiting legislative ratification. John Decker Sacramento Bee file
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August 25, 2015 01:59 PM

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