National HBPA sues to stop Horse Racing Integrity Act

Washington DCOrganizations representing Thoroughbred horse owners and trainers have filed a federal lawsuit to stop a new law in which Congress punted on its legislative duties and, instead, handed the power to regulate horse racing over to a private group. The suit claims that under the new law, the authority created is allowed to monopolize power and change not only the rules, but the federal laws that govern horse racing across the country…

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