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Sen. Feinstein faces off against Obama on tribal casino plans




An architectural rendering of a new design for a resort casino that the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe hopes to build in Taunton, Mass.
An architectural rendering of a new design for a resort casino that the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe hopes to build in Taunton, Mass.
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California is currently home to about 50 Indian casinos. If Senator Dianne Feinstein has her way, there won't be another one built here any time soon.

The Democratic senator's opposition to gaming has her facing off against President Obama, and stymying the plans Indian tribes have for new casinos in other states.

Derek Wallbank, reporter for Bloomberg News, joins the show with a story about a tribal casino project that is being proposed across the country.