Patchak Decision Set To Stall Indian Casino Progress [sub req'd]
The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Patchak case will hinder efforts by American Indian tribes to acquire trust land for casinos and other purposes, and make financing more expensive, tribal leaders and bankers say.
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