Pa.'s Parx Casino Loses Challenge To Rival's ID Policy

Law360, New York (April 22, 2013, 6:21 PM EDT) -- The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court on Monday rejected Parx Casino's challenge to a Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board order that allowed a rival casino, attached to a hotel, to allow some of its customers to enter the gaming floor without first producing identification.

The three-judge panel concluded that Valley Forge Convention Center Partners LP's access control plan, which enables hotel guests and event attendees to reach the casino by swiping a card, did not violate the state's gaming law.

Parx owner Greenwood Gaming and Entertainment Inc. sought to overturn the order approving the plan, also arguing that it improperly allows registered hotel guests...

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