A bill authorizing sports wagering in Kansas lurched forward Monday after four days of meetings with still many hurdles to cross before the legislative session ends.
A Senate committee on Monday sent a sports betting bill to the full chamber, although it would likely run up against legislation in the House that is markedly different.
The Senate is tentatively planning to debate the bill Thursday.
A major sticking point that still needs to be resolved is . . .
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