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Lawmaker says he may have votes to pass gaming amendment

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Gambling could generate $600 million in biennial general funds

 By Kevin Wheatley

The State Journal

The Senate majority caucus will soon discuss whether there are enough votes to pass a constitutional amendment allowing casino gambling in Kentucky, Caucus Chair Dan Seum said Feb. 5.

Seum, a Fairdale Republican and sponsor of Senate Bill 33, said he’s close to having enough votes to pass his legislation, which would amend the constitution to allow expanded gaming at seven locations and create an Equine Excellence Fund that would collect 10 percent of gross gaming revenue. 


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