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Month: February 2005

Washington in brief

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LAW FIRM SETTLES WITH TIGUA IN LOBBYING SCANDAL The Tigua Tribe of Ysleta del Sur Pueblo in Texas has reached an undisclosed financial settlement with Greenberg Traurig, the prominent Washington law that... Read More
WASHINGTON - The premier lobbying group for Eastern tribes has joined the fight against "reservation shopping" and Congressional action to ratify New York state land claims settlements. During the annual "Washington Week"... Read More
Tribes seek to build casinos outside home state CLEVELAND - The three American Indian tribes interested in building Las Vegasstyle casinos in Ohio would have to overcome a major obstacle: crossing boundaries... Read More

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