State of Michigan Sues Sault Tribe Officials–Amended Complaint with Exhibits

Amended Complaint

2Exhibit A (Letter from DOI)

Exhibit B (letter from Gov. Snyder to Chairman Eitrem)

Exhibit C (Sault Tribe Submission for Mandatory Fee-to-Trust Acquisition)

Exhibit D (Same, for the Sibley Parcel)

Exhibit E (Sault Tribe approval of development agreement with Lansing, MI)

Exhibit F (Comprehensive Development Agreement between Sault Tribe and Lansing)

Previous coverage of the Lansing casino case here.

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3 Responses to State of Michigan Sues Sault Tribe Officials–Amended Complaint with Exhibits

  1. Nancy Watson says:

    Is lawsuit null and void if there is a defendant listed as a board director who is NOT on the board?

  2. EDDY LEWIS says:

    when will the construction began on the down town lansing casino.

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