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Cigarette vendors behind Finger Lakes Drive-In dispute Cayuga Nation’s ‘rogue smokeshop’ claim

The recent acquisition of a 1.19-acre portion of Finger Lakes Drive-In property by members of the Cayuga Nation — and the ensuing sale of cigarettes there — have no authorization from the nation’s actual leadership, one of its attorneys and one of its leadership council members both said Thursday. However, the Cayugas who acquired the land have, in turn, called into question the authority of that leadership.


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