Tribe Agrees to Reduce Size of Casino Near San Pablo

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(Sacramento, CA)
Monday, August 23, 2004
Democratic Assemblywoman Loni Hancock, who represents Berkeley and San Pablo, says southern California lawmakers have also questioned the casino agreement. CUT: Loni13 :13 Ventura County Republican state Senator Tom McClintock says he objected to the deal because it prohibits other Bay Area tribes from opening their own casinos. CUT: McClintock09 :09 The agreement between Governor Schwarzenegger and the Lytton Band was reached last week. It must be ratified by a two thirds vote of the legislature to become effective. SOC