McCaleb affirms Mohawk leadership
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TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2002

Assistant Secretary Neal McCaleb has affirmed the traditional three-chief government of the St. Regis / Akwesasne Mohawk Tribe of New York, Steve Israel of The Middletown Times Herald-Record reports today.

In his "Casino Confidential" column, Israel quotes from a letter McCaleb wrote denying a reconsideration of a decision first made during the Clinton administration. Attorneys for the rival group plan to sue in response.

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