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Grover Norquist said gambling interests were not what prompted him to arrange White House meetings for the tribes.
Grover Norquist said gambling interests were not what prompted him to arrange White House meetings for the tribes. (Globe Staff File Photo / Dina Rudick) Globe Staff File Photo / Dina Rudick

Antitax activist says he got $1.5m from tribes

Set up policy talks with president

By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / May 13, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Antitax activist Grover Norquist said yesterday that his organization has received nearly $1.5 million from Indian tribes in the past five years and that he arranged for tribal leaders to attend meetings to discuss tax policy with President Bush every year for the past four years. (Full article: 1163 words)

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