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  1. So it’s ok for non-tribal members to gamble on reservations but not receive medical care if that’s what they were offering? Doesn’t seem right, hypocritical even.

    Go Cecelia Fire Thunder! I like the moxy of it even if it’s being done for $$ reasons.

    Comment by Tara — 03/24/2006 @ 10:44:12 PM

  2. The out-clause is that gambling is considered passable because it’s a victimless crime, while abortion isn’t. (Plenty of debate on both counts, I know.)

    Comment by CT — 03/26/2006 @ 07:35:44 PM

  3. I don’t think Indians should worry about a little more PR damage; people are already confused enough about them that it’s not going to make much difference. Actually, a fight over this might educate people *more* about Indian issues.

    Comment by Thud — 03/27/2006 @ 07:03:47 AM

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