West Virginia House Bill 3093 would remove the requirement of a minimum number of live dog racing dates to qualify for a license to hold a dog race meeting, amend the licensing requirements for televising or accepting wagers on dog or horse races, and establish certain requirements to discontinue live dog racing––such as paying a $10,000 fee into a state fund to facilitate the care, adoption, or shelter placement of greyhound dogs who formerly raced in West Virginia.