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The bill, which you can read here, was proposed by Rep. Adam Koenig and is similar to the one that was discussed last year but never made it to the House floor for a vote. It would allow horse tracks and the Kentucky Motor Speedway to have sports books on site and would also allow online sports betting. Koenig’s original bill prohibited betting on in-state teams, but that restriction has been removed, so people will be allowed to wager on University of Kentucky and University of Louisville games. If passed, it would help create millions in revenue — an estimated $22.5 million — for state pensions.
Now seems like a good time to remind everyone that in the four months Indiana has allowed sports betting, gamblers wagered over $436 million. How much of that do you think came from the Bluegrass State?