Wyandotte Nation to remove slots
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The Wyandotte Nation has agreed to remove about 200 slot machines from downtown Kansas City, Kansas.

The U.S. Attorney in Kansas said on Tuesday the Oklahoma tribe came to an understanding with the federal government. The tribe, seeking a casino in Kansas, brought the machines to the state last month.

Get the Story:
Tribe pulls slots from downtown KCK site (The Kansas City Star 5/1)
Tribe plans to remove KCK slot machines (AP 5/1)

Relevant Links:
The Wyandotte Nation of Oklahama -

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