Tax break for Breeders’ Cup Approved by KY Lawmakers

Keeneland Green LogoFRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Lexington’s Keeneland racetrack will get a tax break from the state for hosting the Breeders’ Cup this fall. The state Senate gave final approval to the bill on Wednesday, and a spokeswoman for Democratic Gov. Steve Beshear says he will sign it.
The bill would exempt the racetrack from the state’s excise…

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