Gov. Laura Kelly's administration is taking another run at bringing online lottery ticket sales to Kansas as part of a bill that would authorize sports wagering.
The Kansas Lottery has tried previously to get the Legislature to roll iLottery into bills with sports wagering.
But it has proven to be a deal breaker for casinos that don't want games that might seem too similar to the slot machines that they offer to players.
Lawmakers are working toward a new deal on sports wagering, but one that would include provisions for iLotttery with language a bit different than what . . .
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