Tribal Leaders Ask Bureau To Audit Chilocco Center - 1993-03-26

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F23.png Tribal Leaders Ask Bureau To Audit Chilocco Center March 26, 1993, AP, Tulsa World

Leaders of two Indian tribes, disappointed with the money they are getting from a drug treatment center, have asked the government to audit the Narconon Chilocco New Life Center.

When Narconon Chilocco leased the old Chilocco Indian school in 1989, it said it would pay the five tribes that comprise the Chilocco Development Authority $16 million over 25 years.

"At the rate we're going, we won't even get a million," said Wanda Stone, chairwoman of the Kaw Tribe.


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