(UPDATED to clarify that memo written by Kansas Entertainment only reflects their viewpoint and not the views of other state casinos).
A proposal that would bring sports wagering to Kansas took a detour Wednesday after representatives from a Wichita casino spent the day lobbying against a portion of a bill that would usher in a new type of gaming in Kansas.
Representatives of Boyd Gaming, which runs the Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane, were in the Capitol on Wednesday lobbying against a provision of the sports wagering bill that would authorize historic horse racing machines in Sedgwick County.
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