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Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe eyes two more sites for a casino

The Aquinnah Wampanoag Tribe has asked three communities in Massachusetts to consider hosting a casino.

The tribe has options for land in Fall River, Freetown and Lakeville. H.3702, the state's gaming law, requires a host community to schedule a referendum on a proposed casino.

The tribe also has asked Gov. Deval Patrick (D) to enter into negotiations for a Class III gaming compact. He isn't commenting on the request.

Get the Story:
Aquinnah tribe has option on Lakeville land (The Middleboro Gazette 3/8)

An Opinion:
John Kostrzewa: RIers watch two tribes' casino plans in Mass. (The Providence Journal 3/8)

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