Scott says may be “difficult” to get gambling interests
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TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott, who has remained coy on whether he will support a massive push to bring destination casino resorts to Florida, said that he thinks it will be a challenge to get all of the different gambling interests to agree to a single bill.
“I think it’s going to be difficult to get all of the parties together given we’ve got the existing compact with the Seminoles, we’ve got existing gaming with the dog tracks and horse tracks, but I look forward to looking at it.
Scott has repeatedly said that he doesn’t want to see the state’s budget tied to gambling and that he thinks there should be some sort of voter input, but has declined to give a firm position on whether he would support the general concept of bringing three resort casinos to the state.
He did, however, weigh in on another gambling issue that has been plaguing lawmakers — Internet cafes.
“I think it ought to be clear whether it’s legal or not,” he said.
On a follow up question, he added, “I don’t believe it was the intent of the legislature that we would have gaming in cafes.”