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  • Tribes are state’s new high rollers – in business

    By Lynda, V. Mapes
    Auburn, Washington (AP)

    With a casino that stretches for a third of a mile, the Muckleshoot Tribe could be forgiven for taking some time to revel in its prosperity.

    This tribe just outside Auburn, about 2,100 people strong, has in just a dozen years risen from poverty to enjoying comforts many others take for granted, from high-quality medical facilities to decent housing.

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