INDIANAPOLIS (WTHI) – The gaming and casino bill is one step closer to a final vote in the house.
The Indiana House of Representatives held its second reading on senate bill 5-52 Thursday.
Representatives voted on changes to the bill.
30 amendments were filed but less than half were heard. One of them makes all meetings with the governor's office about gaming issues public.
All house members will vote in the 3rd reading on Monday.
If it passes, it will go to a conference committee to iron out the changes from the house.
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