Gulfstream Racetrack has filed its amicus curiae brief in support of the lawsuit by House Speaker Marco Rubio against Gov. Charlie Crist for signing the 25-year gambling compact with the Seminole Tribe. It follows the Senate, which filed earlier today. Gulfstream's prime arguments:
* The gov doesn't have the authority to bind the state to the compact;
* Federal law doesn't give the governor authority to allow Class III gaming;
* The 45-day deadline on the Secretary of the Interior has no impact on the court.
Read it here: Download Amicus_Brief_Gulfstream.pdf