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Does an Indian tribe have to obey state campaign finance laws?

The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, which spent $14 million on California political campaigns in recent years, wants a state appellate court to rule that tribal sovereignty exempts it from campaign donation disclosure laws. -- AP Wire

Thanks to Denise Howell of Bag and Baggage for the link. Her firm is representing the Agua Caliente.