Race for Kansas Hearing Set for March 2

The Kansas House's Economic Development Committtee's hearing will be on the economic impact of horse and dog racing in the state.

The Kansas state capitol building in Topeka will be the site of a House committee hearing on the impact of horse and dog racing on the state's economy.

The Kansas House's Economic Development Committee in the State House is holding a hearing on the economic impact of the state's horse and Greyhound racing industries on Wednesday, March 2.

This hearing will give horsemen a good opportunity to show the legislature how important both of these industries are to Kansas. The hearing will begin at 1:30 p.m. (CST) and will be held on the third floor (346-South) of the state house building at 300 SW 10th Avenue in Topeka.

All interested stakeholders are invited to join "Race For Kansas" at 12:00 p.m. on the first floor, North Wing, for lunch. The hearing will follow lunch.

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