FRANKFORT - Democratic Representative Tom Burch of Louisville will file a bill
in the Kentucky General Assembly to place slot-machines under similar
restrictions as alcohol. The measure would let residents in each county vote on
whether to allow slot machines to be placed at horse tracks and other locations.
Burch says his measure differs from last year's casino legislation because it is
limited to slot machines. The casino legislation included roulette wheels and
other forms of casino gambling.
Burch's bill would also pay 15% of the slot revenues back to state and local
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