TALLAHASSEE, FL - The Seminole Indian Tribe of Florida continue to operate Class
III gaming, such as slot machines, blackjack, high-stakes poker, and roulette,
at their Hard Rock Casino despite the demands of the State Attorney to stop.
The gaming compact between the tribe and Governor Charlie Crist was declared
unconstitutional by the Florida Supreme Court this summer.
The State Attorney has asked the National Indian Gaming Commission to step in
and halt the gambling, however, there has been no action yet. The legal issues
are still under review and the NIGC.
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