Four Calif. Ballot Measures Expand Indian Gaming

Tuesday's election is not all about the presidential candidates. On the California ballot, it's also about gambling.

Four propositions on the ballot seek to expand Indian gaming in the state. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and the state legislature support the expansion, because it will bring in more revenue to the state.

But powerful gaming and anti-gaming forces oppose the expansion.

Steven Cuevas reports from member station KPCC.

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