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FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 2002 The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma is appealing an $8 million fine levied by federal Indian gaming regulators. The National Indian Gaming Commission alleges the tribe is operating Class III casino machines without a state-tribal compact. A fine notice was sent on Tuesday. Get the Story:
Seminole Nation plans to appeal fines (The Shawnee News-Star 8/16) Related Stories:
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