Arizonans could get new options for where to gamble under a proposal being advanced by a top Republican legislator. If successful, slot machines, blackjack and poker games — now allowed only on reservations — could be set up at up to 10 non-reservation locations. The change would funnel millions of dollars more into the state treasury each year than Indian gaming now provides.
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