Campbell County finds itself in the middle of a fight that pits horse-racing businesses against each other. The standoff also could lead to a short-term shut-down in off-track betting and loss of tax revenue to the community.

The Campbell County Commissioners passed a resolution this week to foster the development of live horse racing in Campbell County.

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