Labor, racetracks and Indian gambling


By Tim Redmond

The February presidential primary ballot may have not one but a series of initiatives that deal with tribal gambling, reports Calitics. A couple of tribes that want more slot machines are pushing the compacts they've negotiated with the guv. Labor, mostly UNITE-HERE, and Bay Meadows, which sees the casinos as a threat to horse racing money, are on the other side. Lots and lots of money could be tossed around. So the ballot could have a presidential primary, the question of legislative term limits, and a well-financed fight over Indian gambling. Anything else on the ballot may get blown away in all the wind.


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