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Conn. towns formally join Pequot appeal

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2002

Three Connecticut towns agreed to join state attorney general Richard Blumenthal's challenge to the federal recognition of the historic Eastern Pequot Tribe.

Ledyard, North Stonington and Preston have more than $150,000 available for tribal legal issues. They don't believe the Pequot tribe deserves federal status.

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Town officials to go ahead with recognition appeal (The New London Day 9/24)

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