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Indiana Senate gaming committee to meet Monday

Changes at Indiana horse tracks with casinos will be among the topics discussed by the state Senate Committee on Gaming when it meets Monday at the Statehouse.
/ Source: The Associated Press

Changes at Indiana horse tracks with casinos will be among the topics discussed by the state Senate Committee on Gaming when it meets Monday at the Statehouse.

Republican Sen. Luke Kenley of Noblesville says the group will discuss horse racing issues in the morning and tend to more general gaming topics in the afternoon. Kenley is co-chairman of the panel.

The discussion is expected to include tax breaks for so-called "racinos" and whether to allow table games along with the slot machines already approved.

The afternoon talk is expected to include discussion of nonsmoking accommodations at casinos and restrictions on alcohol promotions.