They used to think the gambling business was recession-proof. Not anymore. As more than 4,000 tribal leaders, casino operators, slot-machine sales people and gaming regulators gather in San Diego this week for the 25th annual National Indian Gaming Association convention, much of the talk is about trying to figure out when the economy really will improve.
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