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Pataki Bets on Casinos for Upstate Economy

As Governor Pataki tours Upstate New York in his campaign for a third term, he's been announcing economic development initiatives as he goes. One creates a $100 million dollar seed fund for new projects Upstate. But as David Sommerstein reports, half of that money is to come from native-owned casinos that have yet to be built.  Go to full article

Senecas to Hold Casino Referendum

Tribal members of the Seneca Nation are preparing to decide the future of casino gambing on the reservation and in Western New York. David Sommerstein reports next week's tribal referendum on Seneca casinos is expected to be close.  Go to full article

Assembly Democrats Delay Seneca Gambling Pact

Governor Pataki is still waiting for Assembly Democrats to approve a pact with the Seneca nation to build three gambling casinos in western New York. The continued delay has energized anti-gambling groups. They've stepped up their rhetoric against the plan. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Governor okays casinos in Niagara Falls and Buffalo

Last week Governor Pataki made a surprise announcement to allow Seneca Nation casinos in Niagara Falls and Buffalo. David Sommerstein reports the St. Regis Mohawks don't think the move will hurt their own casino plans.  Go to full article

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