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  • Alabama AG sues Interior Department over Indian gambling

    By Phillip Rawls
    Montgormery, Alabama (AP)

    Alabama Attorney General Troy King is suing the U.S. Department of Interior to keep it from allowing the Poarch Creek Indians to expand their gambling in Alabama.

    The federal court suit, filed in Mobile during April, seeks to block the department from negotiating with the Indians to have new types of gambling.

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