Schools instead of the racetrack? What are you thinking, Maryland?
Racing Revenue Targeted in Maryland, Indiana | BloodHorse.com
Legislation that would divert gaming revenue for horse racing to other sources has been introduced in Maryland and Indiana.
In Maryland, legislation introduced in the House Ways and Means Committee Feb. 1 would shift money from video lottery terminals at casinos to a new school construction fund. Under the VLT law, horse racing currently receives 7% of VLT revenue for purses and breed development and 2.5% for racetrack capital improvements.