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Eastern Cherokee gaming per capita payment was about $7K

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Members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians received slightly more than $7,000 from the tribe's gaming operation, The Smoky Mountain News reports.

The tribe makes per capita payments twice a year. The June payment was $3,785, The Cherokee One Feather reported in June.

The tribe uses half of profits from the Harrah's Cherokee Casino for per capita payments. The other half goes to tribal operations.

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