Floridians who enjoy risking all-or-nothing in hopes of winning big at the many casinos across the state may soon have their hopes dashed. If the state and the Seminole tribe do not reach a deal by August 31st, the casinos could be forced to close. State lawmakers and the Seminole Indian tribe are are in negotiations to keep all of Florida's Seminole-owned casinos in operation. The state and the Seminole tribe had previously reached an agreement, but that agreement was overturned by state lawmakers, which has forced a new set of negotiations.
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