Mediation ordered in tribes’ request for compact interpretation

Mediation ordered in tribes’ request for compact interpretation

OKLAHOMA CITY – A federal court has ordered mediation in the case of the Cherokee Nation and four other tribal governments in Oklahoma that requested a legal determination of whether the tribes’ gaming compacts with the state have expired.

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