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  • Video: Seminole Tribe announces $1.8 billion expansion plan

    Gov. Rick Scott sat in on the Seminole Tribe's announcement of a $1.8 billion expansion to its Hollywood and Tampa complexes on Monday, Feb.1, 2016. The plan would include an 800-room guitar-shaped hotel and create 4,000 permanent jobs. But, the plan hinges on the tribe's compact with the state of Florida, which is facing opposition in the Florida Legislature.

Gov. Rick Scott sat in on the Seminole Tribe's announcement of a $1.8 billion expansion to its Hollywood and Tampa complexes on Monday, Feb.1, 2016. The plan would include an 800-room guitar-shaped hotel and create 4,000 permanent jobs. But, the plan hinges on the tribe's compact with the state of Florida, which is facing opposition in the Florida Legislature. Carl Juste cjuste@miamiherald.com
Gov. Rick Scott sat in on the Seminole Tribe's announcement of a $1.8 billion expansion to its Hollywood and Tampa complexes on Monday, Feb.1, 2016. The plan would include an 800-room guitar-shaped hotel and create 4,000 permanent jobs. But, the plan hinges on the tribe's compact with the state of Florida, which is facing opposition in the Florida Legislature. Carl Juste cjuste@miamiherald.com

Seminole Tribe, Gov. Rick Scott tie $1.8 billion expansion to gambling compact, job creation

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