FOR THE LATEST ON THE GRATON
PETITION FILED WITH UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT! On Thursday April 9, 2015, Sonoma County
citizens filed a petition asking the United States Supreme Court to review the jurisdicitonal status
of the Graton Casino. The case is Stop the Casino 101 Coalition et al vs. Edmund G. Brown, Jr., as Governor of California.
The petition asks the court to examine how and when the State of California's longstanding territorial jurisdiction over
land in California can be transferred to an Indian tribe.
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NEW! DOUBLE DIGIT CRIME INCREASES MARK GRATON CASINO'S FIRST ANNIVERSARY! Read
about it HERE
RESEARCH BY A PROFESSIONAL GENEALOGIST PROVES GREG SARRIS IS NOT AN INDIAN THROUGH REINETTE STEWART!
READ MORE HERE!
GREG SARRIS CANNOT BE AN INDIAN THROUGH
REINETTE STEWART, AND WE CAN PROVE IT! WATCH FOR MAJOR NEWS ON THE GREG SARRIS ANCESTRY STORY, COMING SOON!
OF SONOMA COUNTY STILL OPPOSED TO THE CASINO: A huge poll conducted in April, 2012,
showed that the overwhelming majority of Sonoma County residents are still opposed to the casino. Read about
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Opposition to Graton Rancheria's Rohnert Park casino
is increasing daily. Every day, more people sign up on our web site, because WE
ARE THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE! Homeowner organizations, medical professionals, teachers of all grade levels, high
school students, college professors and college students, people of all political persuasions from Conservatives to Progressives to
Greens and everything in between, Labor, Business, elected officials from both sides of the aisle, LGBT and straight, people
of every conceivable religious persuasion and every ethnic group are joining together to shut down the Graton casino.
Opposition to the casino is truly a cross-section of Sonoma County.
THE FACTS BEHIND THE GRATON RANCHERIA! Discover
the history of the Graton Rancheria and review actual historical documents dating back almost 100 years!
Stop the Casino 101 Coalition, Rohnert Park, CA
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