Gaming Dispute Takes Back Seat to Budget
From the Niagara Falls Reporter:
The developing crisis between the Seneca Nation and the state in the gaming dispute over revenue sharing payments is taking a back seat these days to the budget negotiations in Albany as lawmakers and the governor try to meet the April 1 budget deadline.
“It is definitely on the back burner right now,” said one lawmaker, “but the word is the governor and the Seneca president hope to get together to discuss the issue after the budget is passed. And it is our understanding that the two have talked and that meeting will happen very soon.”