Seneca Nation's Halt To Revenue Sharing Raises Questions

By Andrew Westney (April 5, 2017, 10:47 PM EDT) -- The Seneca Nation's recent decision to stop making $115 million in annual revenue-sharing payments to New York state came as a shock to many observers, but also exposed tensions that underlie casino revenue battles between tribes and states throughout the U.S. Here, Law360 looks at four key questions attorneys are asking about the Senecas' decision and its potential fallout....

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