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    Tallahassee, Florida (AP)

    Attorney General Bill McCollum wants a federal agency to step in and halt Las Vegas-style gambling at Seminole Indian casinos in Florida.

    McCollum appealed to the National Indian Gaming Commission in a letter Sept. 19.

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