Cayuga settlement wanted
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New York Gov. George Pataki (R) and attorneys for the Cayuga Nation are pushing a settlement of the $247.9 million claim.

A federal judge has reaffirmed the award for 64,000 acres of stolen land. Pataki has proposed settling all land claims with casino developments but the Cayuga of New York don't want parties out of state involved.

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Cayuga, state talks urged (The Syracuse Newspapers 3/13)

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