Maine House insists on passage of 2 tribal casino bills

The Maine House of Representatives is seeking to revive two out of three bills for tribal casinos that were rejected by the state Senate earlier this week. The House voted unanimously to "insist" on passage of the two bills, which means the House requests the Senate to take another look at the legislation. One bill would allow the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians to build a tribal casino in Aroostook County, and the other bill would allow tribes to offer beano games.

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