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Public meeting scheduled over Kialegee Tribal Town's casino

A group called Broken Arrow Citizens Against Neighborhood Gaming is hosting a public forum tomorrow to discuss opposition to the Kialegee Tribal Town casino in Oklahoma.

Rep. John Sullivan (R-Oklahoma) is scheduled to speak. He opposes the Red Clay Casino and has asked the Obama administration for more information about the controversial project.

The tribe already started work on the facility, which is located on an Indian allotment. The National Indian Gaming Commission says it will determine whether the land can be used for a casino.

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