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Buffalo casino can stay open


Business First of Buffalo,  Friday, January 30, 2009 at 4:11:46 PM

A federal judge has denied a request from anti-gambling advocates to immediately close down the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino.

U.S. District Judge William Skretny, Friday, in a four-page ruling, recognized a decision earlier this month from the National Indian Gaming Commission and the U.S. Department of Interior that the casino is being operated legally and with guidelines outlined by both agencies. Skretny made his ruling as the latest chapter in the complex legal battle being waged by the Citizens Against Casino in Erie County against Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino.

The decision is being hailed by the Seneca Nation of Indians, which operates that casino, and questioned by those opposed to the tribe's operation.


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