TOPEKA, Kan.— All three investor groups interested in developing a southeast Kansas casino have met the minimum financial and management requirements to move on in the selection process. Under a Kansas law adopted in 2007, four gaming zones were created for casinos, with only one casino allowed in each region. The three proposals for a casino in southeast Kansas...» Read More
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