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MIAMI-The Internal Revenue Service has hit the Miccosukee Indians with a $170-million tax lien in connection with the tribe’s alleged failure to report and withhold taxes from its distribution of gaming profits from its casino off the Tamiami Trail to members of the tribe.

The IRS also has the tribe owing $58 million in connection with its alleged failure to pay personal income taxes on those gaming proceeds distributions from 2000 to 2005, according to the Miami Herald.

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