Bill to settle land claim for casino
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Representative Dennis Moore (D-Kansas) introduced a bill to settle an Oklahoma tribe's land claim for a casino in Kansas.

The Wyandotte Nation claims 2,000 acres of land. It also owns a parcel of land in downtown Kansas City.

Moore's bill would not allow a casino there but on 52 acres in another location.

Get the Story:
Deal would allow tribal casino, end land lawsuit in KCK (The Kansas City Star 10/10)

Relevant Links:
The Wyandotte Nation of Oklahama -

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