A player puts a dollar coin in of one of Resorts Atlantic City's new dollar- coin slot machines Wednesday, April 1, 2009, the first day of play on the new machines, in Atlantic City, N.J. Over the past decade, new electronic slot machines that spit out paper voucher slips to winners, or credit winnings directly to a player's club card, have made coin machines nearly extinct. Now, Restorts, Atlantic City's oldest casino � with one of its oldest customer bases � has brought back coin slots. (AP Photo/Curt Hudson)
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ The board that regulates Kansas casinos is
having its next meeting in Mulvane, near the site of a state-owned
gambling complex that's set to open early next year.
The Racing and Gaming Commission's agenda for its session Monday
includes an update on the Kansas Star casino in Mulvane. The
commission plans to meet in the Mulvane City Council's chambers.
The commission plans to review and consider approving the
Mulvane casino's security plans.
The commission also expects to get a status report on the
Hollywood Casino, which also is expected to open early next year at
Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kan.