The opening of a tribal casino in northern Michigan this week is raising legal questions. State officials plan to meet with the Bay Mills Indian Community next week to review the opening of a casino on land the tribe bought in Vanderbilt. Bay Mills announced the opening of its newest casino with about 40 slot machines this week. It's not at the tribe's main reservation.
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