The Miami Herald's Naked Politics Blog has the details of the House offer, as presented by Galvano:
- Seminoles would get blackjack at its South Florida casinos but only Class III slot machines outside of those counties for a guaranteed minimum of $200 million.
- Pari-mutuels in Miami Dade and Broward would get blackjack and no one would get additional electronic gaming.
- Hialeah could get a quarterhorse track and substitute half of its races with thoroughbreds but would have to operate a full schedule of live racing. It would get poker rooms but no slot machines.
- Miami Jai alai could become a dog track.
- Tax rate on slot machines would drop from 50 percent to 35 percent as long as the state collected $117 million it earned this year; if not they operators would have to make up the difference, no matter how long they have had slot machines.
- Compact term would be 15, not 25 years.