Where do the Navajos have their casinos?
Members of the tribe have twice voted down gambling as a means of raising revenue. Each time the vote was about 55% against and 45% for. The last vote in November 1997, followed several months of promotion that cost over half a million dollars. Update 2002: Tohaajohli, or Canyoncito a band of the Navajo tribe close to Alburquerque has sought and recieved permission to construct a casino along I-40. This would place the Navajo casino closer to Alburquerque than eith the existing Laguna or Acoma operations, however since the Canoncito community has no land on I-40, negotiotiations to get such a site from the Laguna seems improbable unless it is a joint operation.