Legislative negotiators agreed on what Gov. Charlie Crist called a "great" deal to expand gambling at Seminole Indian casinos Wednesday, some six hours after their talks were on the brink of collapse. Both sides made concessions. The House accepted a broader gaming expansion than many of its members wanted. The Senate agreed to less than it had been pushing for.
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