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'Plan' devised to fight casino
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2001

After considerable thought, the mayor of a Connecticut city has finally come up with a plan to keep the Schaghticoke Tribal Nation at bay.

Hire a law firm. Oppose the tribe's federal recognition petition. Study the impact of a potential casino.

In other words, do what everyone else is doing.

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Mayor has plan to stop casino (AP 12/12)

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