SFSU Public Affairs Press Release
Published by the Public Affairs Office at San Francisco State University, Diag Center.
#020--October 2, 1998 ; For immediate release
Contact: Ted DeAdwyler
The proposition, which will be on the Nov. 3 state ballot, specifies terms and conditions for mandatory compacts between the state and California Indian tribes for operation of casinos, slot machines, card rooms, and other forms of gaming currently found on reservations.
The forum, sponsored by S.F. State's American Indians Studies Department, will bring together opponents and proponents of the proposition including Indian tribal leaders, representatives from the Coalition Against Unregulated Gambling and Californians for Indian Self-Reliance. Speakers will include Mark Macarro, chairman of the Pechunga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians and Mary Ann Martin-Andreas, chairwoman of the Morango Band of Mission Indians.
The forum is free and open to the public. For more information, call Angela Gonzalez, chair of the Department of American Indian Studies at S.F. State, (415) 338-2698 or 338-2701. For additional information, call the S.F. State Public Affairs Office at (415) 338-1665
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