Federal judge hears arguments in Wis. gaming suit
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THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2003

A federal judge in Wisconsin heard arguments in a suit challenging the state's new tribal casino compacts.

U.S. District Judge John C. Shabaz is considering a motion to return the suit to state court, where Republicans want it heard. Gov. Jim Doyle (D) wants it heard in federal court.

Shabaz said he will rule by the end of the month.

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