A Alabama state Senate committee has given approval for a proposed expanded
gaming bill. However, some believe that the measure may not go much further.
The measure would allow for casinos at four dog racing tracks and a state
House Speaker Mike Hubbard does not believe that the bill would be supported by
either the state House or Senate.
The bill's sponsor is Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh. Marsh believes that
the bill will prevent potential budget cuts and raising taxes. Therefore voters
and legislators would be in favor of the bill.
The voters will have to give final approval on the measure. However if approved,
revenue the state would earn from gaming would not be available on October 1 at
the start of the fiscal year.
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