Pennsylvania considers gambling for state budget

Legislators are set to discuss new measures to increase revenue, and gambling could be a great help.


Concerns over Pennsylvania gaming expansion

As the Pennsylvania House approved a bill to expand gaming in the state, concerns around lottery funds have emerged.

David LeVan has dropped his Pennsylvania project.

Gambling project terminated in Pennsylvania

Uncertainty surrounding gaming legislation in Pennsylvania has forced David LeVan to shut down its casino project for the Adams County.

Pennsylvania approves gaming expansion

Airports, bars and commercial venues would be allowed to offer gaming services in Pennsylvania.

Philadelphia to restructure the industry

Philadelphia legislators are discussing changes in the current tax system to fund public projects.

Sands wants to block the new VGT bill.

Sands fights bar-gambling bill

Las Vegas Sands is launching a million-dollar campaing against the Pennsylvania bill that may allow casino gambling in bars.


Pennsylvania rep against horse racing subsidy

A representative said that it’s not the government’s job to pick who gets the subsidy.

Pennsylvania Senate returns bill to the House

Pennsylvania legislators are evaluating a gaming bill to maintain casino fees in Erie County.

Pennsylvania is focused on iGaming now

An online gaming legislation has advanced through the Pennsylvania Legislature process.

Pennsylvania casinos to set new tax

Pennsylvania casinos tax law has allegedly moved towards its final approval.


Pennsylvania fines two casinos

The local gaming control board approved fines for violations made by two casinos in the state.

Pennsylvania's table games revenue sets new record.

Pennsylvania breaks table game record

Casino operators in Pennsylvannia reported in April revenue of US$79.54 million in table games, 10.2 percent more than the same month in 2016.