It was clever of several American Indian tribes to offer the state a quick $150 million to allow three off-reservation casinos in Sedgwick and Wyandotte counties and southeast Kansas, because that would cover the Supreme Court’s school funding mandate. But legislators are unlikely to bite, especially with state revenues on the rise. And up-front cash to the state seems unlikely to soften the inexplicable resistance of Wichita area officials to the Park City casino proposal. Just what would it take?
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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