Gun Lake Tribe and state to split $21.7M in disputed revenue sharing

From mLive.com:

The Gun Lake Tribe of Pottawatomi Indians and the state of Michigan have agreed to split $21.7 million as a “partial settlement” of a dispute over the Michigan Lottery’s creation of online ticket sales and lottery terminals in social clubs.

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