Leaders of the Alabama-Coushatta Indian Tribe continue to closely monitor 15 bills that could reopen the tribe’s gaming center that employed more than 495 people in Polk County. With the $178.4 billion state budget bill out of the way, gambling supporters hope the House Committee on Licensing and Administrative Procedures can refocus on the gaming legislation left pending after a public hearing April 8
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