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Tribal Revenue Hurt By Bad Billing. 2005-08-07
Inland legislators revealed Thursday that they have discovered how to bring back $20 million lost in California tribal casino revenue. This comes in wake of the story that Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger secured this from local governments. The happened last month, and has be in stages of repairs since.
The story is that Schwarzenegger declined the idea of allotting that money to local governments. His claim for this was to claim that counties had failed to file legal paperwork. This would have shown how the counties used the money from tribal gaming accounts over the last year. A few state agencies confirmed that the counties had turned in this paperwork, as Schwarzenegger requested. The problem here was that the governor's office didn't confirm the claim with those agencies in charge.
State Senator, Jim Battin, R-La Quinta, believes that his new bill will clear up any confusion. This includes where the claims should be filed and reported. This will allow the right people to get their money, quickly from local governments.
Spokesman for the governor said that the governor will consider the bill. The only downside is that they are concerned with making sure there is an accounting system. It is a good idea, but unless brought in soon, casino revenues will be lost by bad calculations, and money going to the wrong people.
(By Andrea)