Kansas is poised to become the 34th state to enact sports wagering after it cleared the the state Legislature Friday morning despite a last-minute effort to remove a key provision of the legislation that would bring a new form of gaming to the state.
Shortly before 2 a.m., the Kansas Senate voted 21-13 to pass the bill, which breaks a four-year impasse over authorizing sports wagering in Kansas. The House voted . . .
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