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Downstream Casino Resort has boosted the Quapaw Tribe’s contribution to Oklahoma state revenues by 14-fold, according to figures from the Oklahoma Office of State Finance.

The state’s revenues from the tribe for the first six months of fiscal year 2009 totaled $1,917,086. Downstream Casino Resort was operating for five of those months.

For the first six months of the previous fiscal year, the tribe’s contribution to the state totaled $133,533 from the Quapaw Casino alone.

Other area tribes providing increased revenue to the state from its casinos are the Eastern Shawnee and Seneca-Cayuga tribes.

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