Kentucky

February 20, 2014 10:43 AM

Kentucky Supreme Court says instant racing can be regulated, doesn't rule on legality

In a unanimous opinion, the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission has the legal authority to regulate wagers on previously run horse races presented on electronic gambling machines — but that the legality of the wagers themselves has yet to be established.

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