Bush asked to oppose tribal land bill
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Governor Bill Graves (R) of Kansas has written President Bush to seek support in opposition a bill to settle a tribal land claim.

Graves opposes a bill by Rep. Dennis Moore (D-Kan.) to settle the Wyandotte Nation's claim to 2,000 acres. The deal would pave the way for a casino.

Graves and four of the state's tribes oppose the casino. The Wyandotte Nation is currently based in Oklahoma.

Get the Story:
Graves seeks Bush's help in killing Indian casino measure (The Kansas City Star 10/25)

Relevant Links:
The Wyandotte Nation of Oklahama -

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