Senator Seeks Creation of Gaming Commission
Wolfe, Lou Anne, THE JOURNAL RECORD
Journal Record Staff Reporter
The Oklahoma Horse Racing Commission would be abolished, and a new Oklahoma Sports and Gaming Commission would be established under a bill introduced for the 1994 Legislature by Sen. Lewis Long, D-Glenpool.
"It's my opinion that there should be one commission that would regulate any and all types of gaming, rather than two or three different types of commissions and entities of state government looking at all these different types of gaming, like professional boxing," Long said in a telephone interview.
Under Senate Bill 582, co-authored by Rep. Gary Taylor, D-Dewey: Each of six members of the new commission would be …
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