One day after Kentucky’s state senate adopted a resolution by voice vote to urge a review of the HISA funding methodology, the Kentucky House of Representatives did the same. House Resolution 98, “A resolution expressing concerns regarding the unintended consequences of the current funding methodology of the Horse Racing Integrity and Safety Act,” was adopted by a voice vote in the House.
The resolution was sponsored by Republican representative Matthew Koch, and Democratic representative Al Gentry.
The bill’s language is identical to that of its companion bill in the Senate.
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