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The recent ruling by the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has, as do all courts of law worthy of the name, laid down the law in what inevitablely will be a very emotional and drawn out struggle. While Indian tribes across the nation scrample to erect casinos under the auspices of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, Maine's own Passamaquoddy Time saw their proposal to build a casino in Calais, shot down on grounds that it is illegal.


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