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July 27, 2015

The Seminole Tribe of Florida are being asked when card games will stop operations at their casinos by state gaming officials.

A letter was sent to their tribal chairman, James Billie, on Monday by the state's gaming regulator Ken Lawson.

The gaming compact between the tribe and state is set to expire this week.

In the letter, Billie was asked to meet with Florida gaming officials to discuss the Seminole's plans.

Within 90 days of the expiration of the compact, the tribe must stop operating table games.

The tribe has already announced that they will continue the operation of their table games since they believe that the compact was violated by the state.

Federal law has a process outlined with how to handle disputes between tribes and states. The Seminole's intend to follow the outline while they continue offering the table games at their casinos.

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