Convention, Colts issues in play: With gambling plan off table, stadium funding gets elusive

Whether it includes taxes on players' salaries, tickets and suite rentals remains to be seen. But early deliberations won't include revenue from gambling, according to Sen. Luke Kenley, R-Noblesville, who chairs the Senate Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee. "There's not going to be any gambling included in the bill," Kenley said. "It's not going to be funded through slot machines or pull tabs." Sen. President Pro Tem Robert Garton, R-Columbus, also said he'd oppose any measure including slot machines or...

 

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