Discussions between state, tribes to continue after gaming deals expire

November 29, 2013 | MPRN  The state is in the process of renegotiating compacts with six Indian tribes. The 20-year-old agreements allow tribal gaming in the state. The treaties expire tomorrow. But, as we hear from Rick Pluta, that doesn’t mean the casinos will shut down.

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