New Bill Would Allow the California Horse Racing Board to Stop Racing

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Santa Anita Park, shown here in 2012, has halted races and training to try to determine what is causing the horse deaths. (Frederic J. Brown /AFP/Getty Images )

If passed, the bill would allow the board to halt racing when dangerous conditions exist. This comes after more than 20 horses died at the Santa Anita racetrack near Los Angeles.

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