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    Hobart, Wisconsin (AP)

    A federal judge ruled that land in the village of Hobart that was acquired by the Oneida Indian tribe remains subject to the municipal government’s power of eminent domain.

    U.S. District Judge William Griesbach issued a summary judgment regarding the so-called fee land within the boundaries of what once was the Oneida Indian Reservation.

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