Indiana casinos could help pay for improvements at IMS

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A plan to generate more money for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway could be coming from Indiana’s casinos.

One state lawmaker is proposing a change that would combine some aspects of the gaming bill with a bill that would pay for the improvements to the track.

State casinos would have to give some of their profits to help pay for upgrades at IMS.

The proposal is still being discussed and could be part of a larger bill between now and the end of the session.

3 comments

  • James Lakin

    THIS IS A REDNECK DRUNKEN ESCAPDE–DO SOMETHING ELSE WITH THE MONEY LIKE–OH YEA LOWER GAS PRICES, TAXES, DEPORT ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS, FIX ROADS, ETC.

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