That's led the chairman of a Senate committee to make plans for debating a bill to rewrite the 2007 law.
Leaders of the Republican majorities in both chambers have said they do not want to reopen the gambling debate, viewing it as a distraction.
But Topeka attorney John Frieden said the law is flawed enough that it's a serious concern. He represents Olathe-based Butler National Service Corp., which has started construction on the Dodge
He said the law includes a strict requirement for background checks that is making slot machine manufacturers hesitate to come to Kansas.
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