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Kialegee Tribal Town objects to brief from casino opponents

The Kialegee Tribal Town says casino opponents shouldn't be allowed to submit a brief in a gaming lawsuit filed by Oklahoma attorney general Scott Pruitt.

The tribe says the state can adequately represent the interests Broken Arrow Citizens Against Neighborhood Gaming. The group is seeking permission to file a friend of the court brief, a request that Pruitt isn't opposing.

The tribe plans to open the Red Clay Casino on an Indian allotment near Broken Arrow. A hearing is scheduled in federal court on May 2.

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