A court date has been scheduled by a federal judge for a pending lawsuit with
the Seminole Tribe of Florida casinos. The tribe filed for the lawsuit in
October after the expiration of the gaming compact.
The lawsuit is over the continued operation of blackjack tables at the casinos.
In December, a $3 million agreement was made between the Seminole's and Gov.
Rick Scott. The agreement allowed for the tribe to operate blackjack. Additional
table games, like roulette and craps, were also allowed.
The agreement still needs to be approved by state lawmakers, which have been
against the agreement.
The trial will take place in July and has been scheduled for two weeks.
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