You may have heard the Lytton tribe plans to put in electronic "bingo" machines at Casino San Pablo. These machines look, act and feel like slot machines. Many of my constituents have expressed to me their opposition to the casinos expansion. Unfortunately this is another attempt by the proponents of the casino to expand against the objections of the local community. Federal law allows for unlimited and unregulated "bingo" machines. Therefore, it is vital that we support Senator Feinstein's Senate Bill 113. This bill would require the Lytton tribe to go through the standard public process that every other tribe has gone through to open a casino.
This article in the San Francisco Chronicle tells the story: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2005/07/31/BAGKCE0QES1.DTL