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A tribal-owned casino in California violated federal labor law by meddling with a union’s recruitment activity, a federal appeals court said Thursday in a dispute testing Native American sovereignty and the reach of the National Labor Relations Act.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld a National Labor Relations Board decision that found San Diego County-based Casino Pauma engaged in unfair labor practices when it halted union organizing in the front of its property. The three-judge panel concluded the casino was subject to the National Labor Relations Act, or NLRA, and that the federal board has the power to enforce it.

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