Congress seeks racing information
A congressional subcommittee has sent notifications to five high-ranking horse racing officials seeking information about drug use, injuries, and breeding practices and will likely schedule a hearing in June for a public discussion of the topics, a spokesperson for the subcommittee's ranking member said Tuesday.
The letters asked the officials to respond by June 2, according to a representative of the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade and Consumer Protection. The letters were sent on ...
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