Albany, N.Y. - Casinos run by Indian nations in New York are seeing lower revenues.
The gambling halls run by three tribes, the Oneidas, Senecas and Mohawks, had 2011 revenue of $921 million. That's down about 3 percent from 2010.
State lawmakers are expected to pass a measure this year, which would allow up to seven new casinos on non-Indian land
If it passes, voters could decide in November whether to expand gambling.