KS Supreme Court to Hear Arguments over Kansas Crossing Casino
December 31, 2016
On January 25 arguments over the casino in southeast Kansas wil be heard by the
state's Supreme Court.
The state awarded four new gaming licenses. In July 2015, the Kansas Racing and
Gaming Commission approved the Kansas Crossing Casino for the final license. A
lawsuit was then filed by investors for the proposed Castle Rock Casino and
Cherokee County. They believe that the state law was not followed when choosing
the smaller casino project, Kansas Crossing.
The casino has faced delay in construction due to the lawsuit. It originally was
to open last Summer. Now it is estimated to open March 31, 2017.
Castle Rock attorneys are hopeful that the supreme court will reverse the
previous rulings that sided with the gaming commission and Kansas Crossing. Also
that the gaming license would be overturned and awarded to the proposed Castle
Both sides are hopeful for a quick resolution to the lawsuit.
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