The Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission is discussing whether to revoke licenses for three now-closed dog and horse racing tracks.
Track officials and other interested parties are expected to speak at a hearing Monday.
At issue is the license for the Woodlands in Kansas City,
Kansas; Wichita Greyhound Park in Sedgwick County; and Camptown Greyhound Park in Frontenac.
The Woodlands closed in August after failing to reach a deal with the Kansas Lottery on a contract allowing slot machines. Wichita Greyhound Park closed last year after voters rejected casino gambling in Sedgwick County. Camptown has been closed since 2000.