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Muscogee Nation committee to take up disputed casino plan

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More on: 10th circuit, kialegee, muscogee, oklahoma
Leaders of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma could approve a casino deal by the end of the week, The Tulsa World reports.

The tribe is being asked to operate a casino on an Indian allotment near Tulsa. The deal calls for the tribe to receive 70 percent of the revenue -- estimated to be between $15 million and $25 million a year.

The Kialegee Tribal Town tried to open a casino on the allotment but a federal judge blocked the plan. The case is before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.

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