Phil Ruffin, owner of the Wichita Greyhound Park, was disappointed that the Legislature didn't pass a law that would have allowed slot machines at dog tracks around the state. Ruffin says the state is missing out on $80 million in revenue. (2002)
Phil Ruffin, owner of the Wichita Greyhound Park, was disappointed that the Legislature didn't pass a law that would have allowed slot machines at dog tracks around the state. Ruffin says the state is missing out on $80 million in revenue. (2002) The Wichita Eagle
Phil Ruffin, owner of the Wichita Greyhound Park, was disappointed that the Legislature didn't pass a law that would have allowed slot machines at dog tracks around the state. Ruffin says the state is missing out on $80 million in revenue. (2002) The Wichita Eagle

Phil Ruffin to try again for slots at Wichita Greyhound Park

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