A state bill that would expand Indiana's gambling industry is headed to the Senate Appropriations Committee after the Senate Public Policy Committee unanimously approved the measure last week.

Senate Bill 528 would allow the state's 10 river-based casinos to move on land. It would eliminate an admissions tax and raise the rate on a tax levied on casino revenues. The measure would also allow live table games at the state's two horse tracks.

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