Florida lawmakers are currently reviewing a proposed gaming compact between the
Seminole Tribe of Florida and the state. If approved, the Seminole's would be
given permission to operate roulette and craps at their casinos.
Three new expanded gaming bills were introduced to the House on Friday. One of
which would require voters to agree. If the bills are given approval, it is
possible that other venues could offer gaming. Slot machines could be operated
at a Palm Beach County track. There could also be a new Miami casino.
Next week is when the Senate could be deciding on gaming matters. Of those
proposed measures, one is the Gov. Rick Scott proposed $3 billion gaming compact
with the Seminoles. There is also a similar bill that would allow for slot
machines to be added to a Palm Beach County track.
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