The proposed Alabama gaming bill has yet to be reviewed by state lawmakers. The
timeline to make a decision on the bill is close to over.
A special session to review the bill is a possibility according to Senate
President Pro Tempore Del Marsh.
Marsh is the sponsor for the measure.
The proposed bill was designed as a way for the state to seek another source of
revenue. It is believed by Marsh that other members of legislators are
interested in the possibility of gaming in the state.
The bill would allow for dog racing tracks to operate casinos. Also for the
creation of a state lottery.
On Thursday the Senate will vote on the bill. If it is not approved, the current
session will conclude and the bill will not progress. The measure has been
approved by the Senate Tourism Committee. However, there has not been a vote
from the floor.
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