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Fred Havenick, the owner of Miami’s Flagler Dog Track whose lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Interior sparked an investigation into allegations that Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt had blocked his Wisconsin casino plans for political reasons, may get to open his first casino after all.

Havenick’s partnership with three Wisconsin Indian tribes — the Four Feathers partnership — last week settled its 4-year-old suit against the Interior Department, which it accused of wrongly denying its application to open the casino in Hudson, Wis.

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