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LAWSUITS AGAINST GRAND CASINOS DISMISSED

 MINNEAPOLIS, June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Lawsuits alleging that Grand Casinos, Inc. (NASDAQ: GRND) violated federal laws in dealing with Indian tribes have been dismissed, the company announced today.
 The lawsuits were brought in January by three individuals who reportedly brought more than 40 lawsuits against management companies and vendors who deal with Indian tribes. When they were filed, Thomas J. Brosig, president, described the lawsuits as "entirely without merit" and vowed to vigorously defend against them. Mr. Brosig stated that he "does not believe that the dismissal of these lawsuits has caused the recent activity in the company's stock." The company does not know whether the plaintiffs intend to appeal the court's decision.
 Grand Casinos develops and manages casino gaming facilities in emerging gaming markets on both India and company-owned sites. Grand Casinos, Inc. is traded on the NASDAQ National Market System under the symbol GRND.
 For more information on Grand Casinos via facsimile at no cost, simply dial 1-800-PRO-INFO and enter company code 079.
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 /CONTACT: Tom Brosig, Grand Casinos president, 612-449-9092; or Michael Rosenbaum, 312-266-7800, or Sue Caulton 415-986-1591, both of The Financial Relations Board, for Grand Casinos/
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