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3/3/2010AZNavajo Nation moving on casino near Flagstaff (Arizona Daily Sun)
2/23/2010AZNorthwestern Arizona casino closing its doors (Indian Country Today)
8/8/2009AZSeniors remain loyal to casinos despite economy (Daily News-Sun)
7/23/2009AZTribe sues Glendale over casino opposition (Phoenix Business Journal)
6/14/2009AZNew Wild Horse Pass Casino Resort to open in November (Examiner.com)
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Apache Greyhound Park

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Apache Junction
Local: (480) 982-2371 

Phoenix Greyhound Park

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Phoenix
Local: (602) 273-7181 

Tucson Greyhound Park

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Tucson
Local: (520) 884-7576 


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Most of the casinos in Arizona, The Grand Canyon State, are located around either Tucson or Phoenix, and are Indian-owned. The legal gambling age in Arizona used to be 18, but is now 21.

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