The Ramona Band of Cahuilla Indians
in California is getting into the tribal gaming industry.
The tribe signed a Class III gaming compact with Gov. Jerry Brown
(D) to build its first casino on the reservation.
The deal authorizes up to 750 slot machines although a facility with a smaller number of machines is expected, The Riverside Press-Enterprise reported.
A copy of the compact can be found on the governor's website
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Governor and Ramona band sign casino deal
(The Riverside Press-Enterprise 6/14)
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