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  • California oyster farm settles with U.S. government, agrees to close

    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A California oyster farm has settled its years-long lawsuit against the federal government and agreed to cease operations by the end of the year, the company said on Monday, ending a high-profile case that split the environmental community.
  • CT Delegation Concerned About More Casinos

    CT Delegation Concerned About More Casinos
    The state's Congressional delegation is unanimously opposing potential changes in federal rules that could allow Indian tribes to build more casinos in Connecticut. The delegation, headed by U.S. Senators Richard Blumenthal and Christopher Murphy,...

    Lawmakers Oppose Easing Rules On Tribal Recognition, Adding More Casinos

    Lawmakers Oppose Easing Rules On Tribal Recognition, Adding More Casinos
    The state's congressional delegation is unanimously opposing potential changes in federal rules that could allow Indian tribes to build more casinos in Connecticut The delegation, headed by U.S. Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Christopher Murphy, sent a...

    Vote 'yes' on Prop. 48 for off-reservation casino

    California voters have generally supported Indian gaming, which has served, among other things, as an economic lifeline for Native Americans living in poverty. But what happens when a tribe can't reasonably put a casino on its reservation? Should tribes...

    Misconduct at Justice Department isn't always prosecuted

    WASHINGTON Dozens of Justice Department officials, ranging from FBI special agents and prison wardens to high-level federal prosecutors, have escaped prosecution or firing in recent years despite findings of misconduct by the department's own internal...