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Due to a tribal dispute a federal judge has banned guns from Rolling Hills Casino.


CORNING, Calif. (AP) — 
U.S. District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller imposed a temporary restraining order on the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians prohibiting warring factions from deploying armed guards or bringing firearms within 100 yards of the tribe's Rolling Hills Casino in Corning.
The Sacramento Bee reports that the weapons ban extends to tribal properties around the casino, including nearby hotels and an RV park.
Mueller stopped short of closing the $100 million-a-year casino, as one faction had requested, until the battle over who controls the tribe and its resources is resolved.
The tensions began in April when the tribe's general council voted to remove more than 70 members from the tribe's rolls.


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