Gaming board pushes back new casino license approvals six months due to COVID-19

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“We understand, as Administrator Fruchter said, that the realities of work and life are different now,” said Neil Bluhm, chairman of Rush Street Gaming, which owns Rivers in partnership with Louisville-based Churchill Downs. “We support the gaming board taking the time it needs to do this important work.”

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October 29, 2020 at 04:06PM

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