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MN Senate passes bill to assist horse racing at Minnesota’s Canterbury Park, Running Aces

The Minnesota Senate passed a bill Sunday to assist Canterbury Park and Running Aces as they prepare to start their racing seasons without spectators.

The legislation, which passed 65-2, temporarily reduces the tracks’ portion of regulatory fees. It also changes the number of live racing days required to operate a card club. The bill allows the tracks to run fewer than 50 days per year, the current standard, if there are “circumstances beyond the licensee’s control.”

The bill was approved by the …

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