BOSTON — Not surprisingly, KG Urban Enterprises and the state have starkly different views of how the legal challenge to the state’s Expanded Gaming Act should play out.

KG, which is fighting the advantage the act gives to federally recognized Indian tribes for a casino in Southeastern Massachusetts, wants to launch an ambitious court schedule that would see its lawsuit against Massachusetts decided by spring.

The state, meanwhile, would like U.S. District Court Judge Nathaniel Gorton to do nothing for a month or so while the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs considers whether to approve a compact that would allow the Mashpee Wampanoag to operate a resort casino under federal authority in Taunton.

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