Race track, Poarch Creek officials talk possible gambling expansion in Alabama

Victoryland casino in Macon County, shown in 2016, has reopened with precautions after being closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. (Mike Cason/mcason@al.com)

Officials with Indian and non-Indian gambling entities in Alabama, who compete in the legislative arena, told Gov. Kay Ivey’s Study Group on Gambling Policy today they are ready to discuss proposals to allow gambling expansion, including the possibility of Las Vegas-style casinos.

Source: AL.com