Texas Judge Rules Against Historical Racing

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – A judge says the Texas Racing Commission exceeded its authority by clearing the way for historical racing at dog and horse tracks. Judge Lora Livingston in Austin on Monday ruled the commission on Aug. 29 wrongly approved such betting on slot-type machines. She says the Texas Legislature should make such decisions. Critics…

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