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  • Bill to allow Indian casinos splits Michigan delegation

    By Ken Thomos
    Washington, D.C. (AP)

    A House panel considered legislation that would clear the way for Indian casinos in Romulus and Port Huron, a plan that has divided Michigan’s congressional delegation over the expansion of gambling.

    Six Michigan House members testified on the measures to advance the two proposed off-reservation casinos, pitting the state’s economic concerns against those who wish to halt additional gambling facilities.


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