Drug Facility Might Not Be Certified, Indian Official Says - 1990-06-23

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F23.png Drug Facility Might Not Be Certified, Indian Official Says June 23, 1990, Patti Weaver, Tulsa World

The head of the Chilocco Development Authority - which owns the Indian land on which a controversial drug and alcohol treatment center is located here - is concerned the facility is being operated by Narconon without state certification.

"We want them to abide by state rules and regulations," said CDA chairman Robert Chapman, who is chief of the Pawnee tribe. "I expect that to be state-certified, like the plans in the beginning." He emphasized that the tribes have no interest in asserting Indian sovereignty to be exempt from state law.


{{cite news | author = Patti Weaver | title = Drug Facility Might Not Be Certified, Indian Official Says | url = http://www.tulsaworld.com/archives/drug-facility-might-not-be-certified-indian-official-says/article_2877ba62-8102-5ec1-9c53-454b1b9a0000.html | work = Tulsa World | date = June 23, 1990 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}