The minimum needed for financial and management abilities have been met by all
three interested casino development groups.
On Friday the Kansas Lottery Commission announced that each applicant interested
in building a southeast Kansas casino met the requirements. Each applicant will
be reviewed by the Lottery Gaming Facility Review Board.
The seven member panel will decide on which developer has the strongest plan for
Kansas's fourth casino. The decision could be announced as soon as this Summer.
In 2007 a law was made dividing the state into four areas for gaming. Under the
law, each area would have one casino. Private companies would be the management
company and the developers. However, the state would maintain the ownership.
Currently there are casinos in Kansas City, Dodge City, and Mulvane.
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