The southeast casino owned by the State of Kansas will continue to postpone
A lawsuit was filed against the Kansas Crossing project. A status report will be
presented at the end of this month. During that time, the casino will request an
additional extension of 90 days for the casino to be completed.
Four non-tribal owned casinos were approved under Kansas law. The Kansas
Crossing is the fourth of those casinos.
The developer for the proposed Castle Rock Casino had submitted a bid for the
remaining state casino license. However it was lost to the Kansas Crossing.
Castle Rock then submitted a lawsuit against the Kansas Gaming Facility Review
Board and the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission. Castle Rock believes that the
Review Board and the Commission did not go by Kansas law and the wrong choice
The commission stands by the decision of the board.
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