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WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 2002 The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals this week heard oral arguments in a case affecting taxation of land owns by the Oneida Nation. The city of Sherill sayd the tribe should pay taxes like everyone else. But a federal judge said the land automatically becomes Indian Country because it lies with the tribe's original reservation. Get the Story:
Appeals court hears tax-claim case (AP 5/15) Related Decision:
Oneida Nation v. Sherill et al (6/6) Relevant Links:
The Oneida Nation - http://www.oneida-nation.net Related Stories:
Judge: Oneida land is Indian Country (6/7)
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