California governor bets on casino proposition

Prop 48By Chris Nichols | UT San

SACRAMENTO — Could a measure on the November ballot that deals with a dusty Central Valley town pave the way for Indian casinos in big cities across California, perhaps even in downtown San Diego?

Could it help tribes in rugged, remote parts of San Diego County establish their first casino, miles from their tribal lands?

Opponents of Proposition 48, including casino-owning tribes who feel threatened by new gaming centers, say it could. Supporters, meanwhile, say the measure promotes self-reliance for two small tribes but won’t open the floodgates to urban casinos.


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