Top Republicans all but pronounced the Seminole gambling deal dead Monday and said they are considering asking voters if they want to allow gambling such as blackjack and baccarat that would compete with the tribe's casinos. Rep. Ellyn Bogdanoff, R- Fort Lauderdale, said if the Seminole gambling deal were ratified, "they are going to become a destination location and we're going to be left out of the revenue stream."
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