Table Games Bill Signed

West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin sign the Table Games Bill into law during a private ceremony.

Residents in four West Virginia counties could have the opportunity to allow table games at their race tracks.

County Commissioner Kent Carper said a residents in Kanawha County could vote on the bill in June.

Ohio County is scheduled to hold a special election on June 9th.

Mountaineer Race Track is petitioning the Hancock County Commission to have an election in June.

The West Virginia Family Foundation is still planning court action, claiming the bill violates the state constitution.

The group believes the Table Games bill requires a statewide vote.


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