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Dayton Oks Poker, Horse Race Gambling Expansion

Poker players will be able to find more seats and place bigger bets in horse track card rooms and Minnesota Indian tribes will get permission to simulcast live racing. Gov. Mark Dayton signed a bill Friday that expands gambling in both ways. It stems from a deal between the owners of Minnesota's Canterbury Park and operators of lucrative tribal casinos.

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Minnesota Lawmakers Align Against Gambling for Stadium

A group of Republican and Democratic Minnesota legislators say they'll band together to fight any effort to expand gambling to help pay for a new Vikings football stadium.

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