N.Y. casino hearing draws few speakers
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Only three people spoke at a hearing on a $500 million casino project in the Catskills region of New York, The Middletown Times Herald-Record reports today.

The St. Regis / Akwesasne Mohawk Nation has partnered with Park Place Entertainment, the largest gaming company in the world, on the casino. The Bureau of Indian Affairs needs to take land into trust for the project.

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Catskill casino hearing draws mostly silent crowd (The Middletown Times Herald-Record 9/11)

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