Nevada can't beat California, so will join it

October 1999
Las Vegas Business Press;10/04/99, Vol. 16 Issue 39, p16
Reports on the introduction of Indian-owned casinos in California in the year 2000. Demand for Nevada-type gaming machines; Prospects for casino management deals.


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