The US Supreme Court has thrown another obstacle in the path of the Mashpee Wampanoag and other tribes seeking to develop casinos under federal law, by expanding the number of people who can file lawsuits to challenge the gambling developments.

Exposing tribal projects to more litigation could cause years of delay, increase costs for developers, and potentially make it more difficult and expensive to get financ­ing for tribal casinos, ­specialists say.

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