The chair of the Mashpee Wampanoag  is certain that the tribe will be able to build a $500 million resort casino in Taunton, Mass., even though a Supreme Court ruling has prevented the federal government from granting them a reservation, which they would need to open for business. Because of the years of legal hurdles the tribe could face, the state's gaming commission several weeks ago said commercial developers could apply for the single casino license in southeastern Massachusetts. Chair Cedric Cromwell talks about why he thinks the tribal casino will still happen, be successful and not create traffic jams in the area.