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Paul A. Chinana

Chairman

Jemez Enterprise Management Board

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Native American Times - America's Largest Independent, Native American News Source

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Paul Chinana, former Jemez Pueblo governor and chairman of the Jemez Gaming Enterprise Board, said the pueblo can prove its historical ties through oral history if it needs to.Chinana said he would need approval from the tribe's religious council.


El Paso Times - Bill could slow progress of Anthony casino plan

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Paul Chinana, former pueblo governor and chairman of the Jemez Gaming Enterprise Board, said the meaning of the bill's language isn't entirely clear, but the pueblo does have historical ties to the area.


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Paul Chinana, former Jemez Pueblo governor and chairman of the Jemez Gaming Enterprise Board, said the pueblo can prove its historical ties through oral history if it needs to.Chinana said he would ...


Las Cruces Sun-News - House: Casinos roam too far

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Paul Chinana, former pueblo governor and chairman of the Jemez Gaming Enterprise Board, said the meaning of the bill's language isn't entirely clear, but the pueblo does have historical ties to the area."I'd like to look at it closer," he said."We need to know what it really means.If it comes to a point that we need to prove we have historical ties," we could refer to our oral history, he said.Chinana said that history isn't revealed lightly, and he'd need approval from the tribe's religious council to do so.


Las Cruces Sun-News - Casino status still in limbo

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Paul Chinana, former pueblo governor and chairman of the Jemez Gaming Enterprise Board, said the pueblo members are waiting patiently."We're a little discouraged, but we're willing to go as long as it takes because the people in the local area, they want the jobs," he said.


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