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State rejects Arlington International’s OTB parlors, citing owner’s shutdown of horse racing at what could become site of Bears’ new home

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The president and chief operating officer of Churchill Downs, Bill Mudd, said the company was looking for another site in Illinois where it could hold live racing, but would not specify any potential locations. He noted that the two remaining tracks in the state, Hawthorne and Fairmount, despite plans to open racinos, have not done so in the two years since the law allowed it.

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