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A Riverside tribe’s challenge against the state of California has been assigned to a Fresno judge after being temporarily stayed due to a judge shortage in the Eastern District of California.

The Oct. 12 suit alleges that the state has been bargaining with the Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians in bad faith. The state and the tribe have been in negotiations over renewing the tribe’s tribal-state gaming compact. The compact sets labor standards for casino employees, and is required to operate certain types of gambling at their Coachella-based Augustine Casino. Their current compact, ratified in 2000, is due to expire June 30.

For relief,

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