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Supreme Court hears state’s case vs. Indian casino

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court seemed wary Monday about making any changes to tribal sovereignty laws as it considered whether Michigan can block a Native American casino.

Justices heard arguments from state officials who want to close the Bay Mills Indian Community’s casino about 90 miles south of its Upper Peninsula reservation. Michigan argues that the tribe opened the casino in 2010 without permission from the US government.

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