Announcement of Pequot appeal planned
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Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal plans to announce today whether the state will appeal the recognition of the historic Eastern Pequot Tribe.

The tribe was recognized by Assistant Secretary Neal McCaleb as the amalgamation of two separate petitioners. Connecticut officials and politicians claim the decision is unfounded.

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Towns await possible appeal of recognition (The New London Day 9/12)

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