(Updated to clarify the tax percentages on sports wagering; edits throughout)
A bill allowing Kansas to become the 21st state to allow sports wagering cleared the Senate early Wednesday night.
After a debate that spanned the morning and most of the afternoon, the Senate voted 23-15 to approve sports betting at four state-owned casinos and on mobile apps.
The legislation dodged amendments opening . . .
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