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The Lower Brule Sioux tribal casino would be built on the open land along this service road west of the Quality Inn motel at the westbound Interstate 90 exit at Oacoma. The boot-shaped parcel was accepted into federal trust in 2011. (Bob Mercer/For The Daily Republic)

Tribal casino meeting in Chamberlain draws few people

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By Bob Mercer

Capitol Correspondent

CHAMBERLAIN -- A former chairman of the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe and a former chairman for the National Indian Gaming Commission spoke in favor of the gambling casino Tuesday night of the gambling casino the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe wants to build at the edge of Oacoma.

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