The state attorney general said last week that an agreement between Gov. William F. Weld and the Wampanoag Indian tribe may lead to lawsuits against the state.

Last week Weld signed an agreement that, if approved, would allow casino gambling in the southeastern city of New Bedford. The agreement could be worth several hundred million dollars a year to the state and would allow the Wampanoags to have exclusive rights for six years.

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