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Senate Majority Leader Bill Galvano, R-Bradenton, a key author of the previous deal Scott renegotiated, said the gaming compact proposed by the governor last month needs more input from dog tracks, horse racing operators and other parimutuels for it to be embraced by the Legislature. Galvano said the Legislature has to have a far bigger discussion about how it wants to address the topic of gambling statewide and not help the Seminoles. PHOTO PROVIDED
Senate Majority Leader Bill Galvano, R-Bradenton, a key author of the previous deal Scott renegotiated, said the gaming compact proposed by the governor last month needs more input from dog tracks, horse racing operators and other parimutuels for it to be embraced by the Legislature. Galvano said the Legislature has to have a far bigger discussion about how it wants to address the topic of gambling statewide and not help the Seminoles. PHOTO PROVIDED

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