Ariz. casinos getting ready for expansion
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Tribal casinos in Arizona are training new hires to prepare for the introduction of blackjack.

Compacts the tribes signed with the state authorize, for the first time, the card game. The expansion will create several hundred new jobs.

The Department of Interior still has to sign off on the agreements before blackjack is offered.

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Casinos preparing to offer blackjack (AP 1/22)

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