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Pennsylvania evaluates licenses

After the state passed a new gaming legislation, the gaming regulator from Pennsylvania announced the beginning of the licensing process.

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Casinos get fined in Pennsylvania

The PGCB issued fines totaling US$1.1 million against five casino operators in Pennsylvania.

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Pennsylvania municipalities against casinos

More than two-hundred municipalities in the Keystone State has rejected mini-casinos.

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Slot revenue up in Pennsylvania

The local gaming control board revealed that slot machines at casinos totaled US$181 million in revenue last month.

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Pennsylvania city pushes for casino

Reading City of Pennsylvania State could soon approve a casino proposal to install a mini venue.

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Pennsylvania towns against satellite casinos

Several towns in Pennsylvania have voiced their rejection to hosting a satellite casino in compliance with the state’s gambling expansion.

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“Pennsylvanian lawmakers should reexamine the tax rate”

(Exclusive interview).- John Pappas, executive director of the PPA, discussed with Focus Gaming News the latest gambling expansion in Pennsylvania.

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Some PA municipalities say no to mini-casinos

Seven municipalities have voted against the possibility of hosting mini casinos in their territories.

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PGCB to publish list of towns against expansion

The local regulator will begin publishing a list of the towns that are against mini-casinos.

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Moody’s questions Pennsylvania’s expansion

The credit rating agency questioned the latest gambling expansion in the US and said that there are significant risks around it.

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Pennsylvania approved new fines

The local regulator revealed that it approved fines totaling US$79k for a number of violations.

Hollywood Casino against gambling expansion

The Pennsylvanian casino is worried that the new law that expands gambling in the state could jeopardise operations.