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Seminole Tribe reportedly close to new Class III casino deal


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The Seminole Tribe and Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) are reportedly close to announcing a new Class III gaming compact.

Details are still being kept under wraps. But Scott is reportedly asking lawmakers to come back for a special session in May to ratify the new agreement.

Lawmakers were considered an expansion of non-Indian gaming during their most recent session. They ended discussions to wait for the new compact.

Get the Story:
Florida and Seminole tribe near new gambling deal (AP 4/28)
Gov. asking legislators to return for special session on gambling compact (The Miami Herald 4/26)

An Opinion:
Marc Caputo: In gambling talks, is Gov. Rick Scott playing poker or Uno? (The Miami Herald 4/27)

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