The Kansas House has adopted a bill that would dedicate revenues from state-owned casinos to support of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System, which faces an $8.3 billion shortfall in promised benefits through 2033.

State law currently dedicates $10.5 million a year from three licensed casinos in Kansas City, Dodge City and Wichita to support engineering programs at state universities.

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