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Thursday, September 06, 2012

The National Grange and developers of proposed casino "The Grange" came to a trademark agreement.

The casino developers can use the term until after the November election.

Ed Luttrell, president of the National Grange, said the organization often must defend its trademark.

Development proponents agreed to include a disclaimer on campaign materials that reference "The Grange" to ensure that voters understand there is no affiliation between the National Grange and the proposed entertainment destination or the two ballot measures necessary for it to move forward.

Read more at Capital Press.

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