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Indiana leads, other states should follow

Updated: June 19, 2007, 3:00 PM ET
By Bill Finley | Special to ESPN.com

While it may be true that the entire racing industry is trying to deal with integrity and drug issues, some are trying harder than others. Once again, the Indiana Horse Racing Commission is leading the way and, hopefully, leading by example. In its latest attempts to make Indiana racing as clean as possible, it has put in new regulations that will actually make trainer suspensions mean something. Good for them.

It was announced last week that any trainer who receives a drug-related suspension ...

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