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Decision Reached in Indian Tribe Casino Issue

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the State of Michigan cannot sue an Indian Tribe to stop it from opening a casino not located on tribal land. However, the 5-4 decision left the door open for the state to pursue other options to shut down such casinos. The case …

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Wolf Hunt Ballot Signatures

A group which supports wolf hunting in Michigan has submitted more than 374,000 petition signatures to the Michigan Secretary of State, in order to ensure that wolf hunting will continue in Michigan. The group Citizens for Professional Wildlife Management, says its ballot proposal will ask voters to put game species …

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Windmill Scammer Sentenced

A windmill salesman convicted of swindling customers in the Upper Peninsula has been sentenced to up to fifteen years in prison. 57-year old Billy Lee Parish of Kincheloe pleaded no contest last month to one count of larceny by conversion greater than $20,000 in Delta County Circuit Court. As a …

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