Idaho Legislators Draft Gaming Commission Bill
The bill would allow the state's tracks to operate Historic Racing terminals.
February 16, 2016
Idaho legislators have drafted a bill that would create a gaming commission, which would oversee and regulate all electronic gaming in the state.
The bill would also allow Idaho's horse racing industry to resume operation of Historic Racing terminals.
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