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Federal Appeals Court Rules IGRA Trumps Local Law in Cayuga Nation Gaming CaseWritten by: Steve Bittenbender

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A three-judge federal appeals panel on Tuesday sided with a Native American tribe that sued an upstate New York village regarding a conflict between the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) and a local anti-gaming ordinance on the books for more than 60 years. The opinion from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower
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