Governor Jerry Brown is expected to decide Friday the fate of a proposed Indian casino in Madera County.
The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians is requesting to build a casino and resort in the county at Highway 99 and Avenue 17. The problem is, that land does not belong to the tribe.
Supporters of the move say the project would create more than four- thousand jobs. They say it would also generate more than $100 million dollars for the city of Madera and county over the next 20 years.
Opponents say it's unfair for tribes who have followed the rules and only built casinos on their land.