Reservations Wean Off Gaming As states contemplate getting into the gambling business for new revenue streams, many American Indian tribes are contemplating how to distance themselves from it. Many tribes now are taking their casino profits and beginning to diversify into other business ventures. NPR's David Schaper reports from Black River Falls, Wis.
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As states contemplate getting into the gambling business for new revenue streams, many American Indian tribes are contemplating how to distance themselves from it. Many tribes now are taking their casino profits and beginning to diversify into other business ventures. NPR's David Schaper reports from Black River Falls, Wis.