Tenth Circuit hears arguments about Pojoaque Pueblo gambling pact

On Monday of this week, the Tenth Circuit heard oral argument in State of New Mexico v. U.S. Department of the Interior, a case about Pojoaque Pueblo’s dispute with the State of New Mexico over its gambling pact.

Dan Elliott has this story about the argument in the Albuquerque Journal. The panel hearing the case consists of Judges Jerome Holmes, Carolyn McHugh, and Nancy Moritz.

Links to the briefs in this case are posted at the Turtle Talk blog.

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