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Gov. Rick Scott, center, talks with James Allen, CEO of Seminole Gaming, at the tribe’s headquarters on Feb. 1 in Hollywood, Fla. [Associated Press] 

Romano: Florida residents have always said no to gambling. So why are we expanding it?

A boring confession: I don't feel all that passionate about gambling. Not enough to rail against it, not enough to rabidly support it. In that respect, the details of the governor's proposed compact with the Seminole Tribe don't have me on the edge of my seat. Nor do the myriad amendments and suggestions made in a  …