Racing Bill Introduced in Kansas House Committee

HB 2537 would allow up to 2,800 gaming machines at the state's horse and dog tracks.

Greater Kansas Racing Alliance

A racing bill has been introduced in the Kansas House Federal and State Affairs Committee.

A bill designed to return live racing to Kansas has been introduced in the state’s House Federal and State Affairs Committee.

HB 2537 is backed by the Greater Kansas Racing Alliance and would allow for a maximum of 2,800 electronic gaming machines (in total) at racetracks throughout the state. It would also cut the tax rate from 40 percent to 22 percent.

Kansas horsemen are encouraged to contact their legislators to express their support for the bill.

Click here to read the bill in its entirety.

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