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  • Indian tribe, Michigan settle gambling revenue feud

    By David Eggert
    Lansing, Michigan (AP)

    A tribe will start giving Michigan a portion of gambling revenues from a new casino in exchange for the right to open two more casinos under a settlement announced Monday.

    The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians, which operates the 14-month-old Four Winds Casino Resort in southwest Michigan, had refused to make revenue-sharing payments to the state because it claimed the Michigan Lottery’s Club Keno game violated an exclusivity clause in a 1998 compact.

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