Nebraskans to decide fate of related casino gambling measures

Nebraska voters marking their general election ballots will pass judgment on a series of related initiative questions that together would allow for casino gambling at multiple locations in the state.

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Supreme Court reverses Lincoln judge's decision on horse race funds lawsuit

The Nebraska Supreme Court has reversed a Lincoln judge's ruling that the state's Racing Commission exceeded its authority in 2018 by ordering tracks in Lincoln and Omaha to turn over funds they collect to the Nebraska Thoroughbred Breeders Association. Friday's decision was a reprieve to tracks in Grand Island and Columbus, which have shared in the pooled funds for nearly two decades, as more of the funds came from wagering on simulcasts rather than live racing in the state.

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Four of Nebraska's horse racing tracks have applied to host sprints in October and November

A desire to help Nebraska horsemen could lead to live racing in the next few months, though the races won’t take long to run. Four of the state’s racetracks have applied to the Nebraska Racing Commission to run 1-furlong sprints in October and November. The tracks had their regularly scheduled meets canceled earlier this year because of COVID-19.

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