JUNE 6, 2001 Four casinos operated by the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma face closure for operating illegal gaming machines and for not submitting audits as required by federal law. A federal judge is considering closing the casinos, which employ about 300 people. A tribal attorney says audits for the past two years are forthcoming. Get the Story:
Casinos face closure threat (The Daily Oklahoman 6/6)
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