Investigating whether former Commission failed duties
The Kentucky Office of the Inspector General has formally opened an investigation into whether the former Kentucky Racing Commission failed to enforce rules regarding possible drug violations in 2002 and 2003, the deputy inspector general said Wednesday.
The deputy, John Holiday, confirmed that the inspector general's office had opened the investigation at the request of the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority, the successor to the racing commission. Holiday said, however, that he could not ...
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