Malloy: More Tribes \’Devastating\’ To State

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In a letter sent this week to Sec. of Interior Sally Jewell, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says that changing federal recognition rules for Indian tribes could lead to \”additional mega-casinos\” in Connecticut. Malloy was writing in response to news that the Bureau of Indian Affairs, which is part of Interior, is considering revisions to federal tribal recognition rules that could make it easier for tribes that have reservations in Connecticut.

Read the letter:


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6 thoughts on “Malloy: More Tribes \’Devastating\’ To State

  1. Richard

    Malloy is still struggling to figure out if The Working Party is on his side. Last thing Dan needs is another tribe to pander to.

  2. Hiawatha

    More tribes ‘devasting’?
    How about ‘more state workers devasting? Or more recipients devastating? Or more taxes devastating?

    Still out to kill the redman, I see.

  3. Chief Long Bow

    Viva Las Vegas Danny boy. That’s what you created, and now you want to discriminate against other tribes. No way pale face, we don’t recognize your authority.

  4. Disgusted Former Democrat

    Malloy and the Far Left Socialists masquerading as Democrats have been devastating for our state.

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