TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Penn National Gaming has filed a second application with the Kansas Lottery Commission to manage a resort
casino, this time in Sumner County.
Penn National previously submitted an application to manage a casino in Cherokee County.
The lottery's director of gaming, Keith Kocher, confirmed that an application for Sumner County was received Wednesday. The commission will take no final action until after the December 28th
deadline for the south-central gambling zone.
Governor Kathleen Sebelius signed an expanding gambling law in April, allowing for four casinos and slot machines at horse and dog tracks.