Okla. businesses attacking tribal compacts
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FRIDAY, MAY 9, 2003

An Oklahoma group called One Nation was formed by the oil and farm industry.

The group wants the state to stop negotiating tobacco and other compacts with tribes unless the process is taken public. They say tribal enterprises are given unfair tax advantages.

Founding members of One Nation include the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association, the Oklahoma Petroleum Marketers Association and the Oklahoma Farm Bureau, The Shawnee News-Star reported.

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'One Nation' seeks tribal pact changes (The Shawnee News-Star 5/9)

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