Native American leaders worry a proposed expansion of gambling options to non-tribal racetracks and casinos will harm their economic security.
Growth in the Land Grant Permanent Fund, combined with plans for austerity in other areas of state government and the pending departure of longtime budget hawk Sen. John Arthur Smith is spurring optimism among supporters of a proposal that has failed in the state Senate for years.
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