Attorney General Jay Nixon wants to change the structure of the Missouri Gaming Commission. Nixon says the commission needs to be split into an arm that licenses riverboats and another one that enforces state gambling laws. He says recent problems underscore the need for change. The suggestion isn’t greeted kindly by Commission Acting Executive Director Kevin Mullally. He acknowledges the Station Casinos affair disclosed problems, but insists they’re problems that can be corrected with minor adjustments in state law.
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