Conn. tribe gets support on casino
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A rally is planned in support a proposed casino by the Golden Hill Paugussett Tribe of Connecticut.

The tribe is state recognized but not federally recognized. Its petition is pending before Assistant Secretary Neal McCaleb, who is supposed to decide by the end of the year.

The tribe has been rejected twice before by the Clinton administration before an appointee ordered a reconsideration.

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Tribe's supporters rally for recognition (The New Haven Register 11/7)

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