A bill that would enable the Indiana Motor Speedway to issue up to $100 million of bonds backed by a new pledge of state taxes is set for debate Thursday.

The IMS hosts NASCAR and the Indianapolis 500. Sen. Michael Young, R-Indianapolis, on Monday introduced a bill that would create a sports district around the speedway that would capture a piece of stated sales, income and corporate taxes for the next 20 years.

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