The Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission voted unanimously to send the selection
process for a casino in Cherokee County back to the Lottery Commission after
Penn National backed out of the project. The Lottery Commission will now accept
new bids for the next 30 days.
Cherokee County is suing Penn National for breach of contract, and a Shawnee
County district judge will rule this week whether the company must forfeit the
$25 million fee paid with its application.
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