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The latter are roughly evenly split between hard and soft contributions. Perhaps because soft money was ending after 2002, or perhaps because tribes perceived that targeted contributions to specific candidates reaped greater benefits, the relative proportion of the two changed dramatically from 2000 to 2002, with hard money increasing from 28 percent to 56 percent of contributions. Further, while federal soft money contributions in 2000 are 150 percent of contributions to California parties that year, the totals from 2001 and 2002 show that they fell to 43 percent, or less than half the total at the state level.
Upon remand, the district court determined that California law did not permit the types of games requested by the tribes (Rumsey Indian Rancheria of Wintun Indians v. Wilson 1996). According to the court opinion, “igra does not require a state to negotiate over one form of Class III gaming activity simply because it has legalized another, albeit similar form of gaming” (Rumsey Indian Rancheria of Wintun Indians v. Wilson 1996). Forced back to the negotiation table, Indian tribes pinned their hopes on a compact under negotiation with the Wilson administration.
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