Kansas Gambling and State Lottery Laws
Created by FindLaw's team of legal writers and editors | Last reviewed January 19, 2018
Most states use an official state lottery to help raise revenue for a specific purpose, typically education; while legal gambling often helps raise taxes for similar state needs. FindLaw's Kansas Gambling and State Lottery Laws section covers these related topics, with articles to help you understand your rights and restrictions with regard to making wagers in the Sunflower State. While Kansas is quite restrictive with regard to dog and horse racing, the state does allow casinos on American Indian reservations and in certain select jurisdictions. The Kansas state lottery, meanwhile, earmarks 25 percent of the proceeds for various state funding needs. Click on a link below to learn more about the gambling and state lottery laws of Kansas.
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