Pa. Casinos Hit With Heavy Fines For Violations

Law360, New York (November 20, 2013, 6:22 PM EST) -- The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board hit three state casinos with fines totaling nearly $300,000 for failing to comply with a board-approved access plan, violating procedures in issuing credit and failing to comply with other procedures, the agency announced Wednesday.

The Gaming Control Board’s Office of Enforcement Counsel and the casino license holders hammered out consent agreements, which the board approved at its public meeting in Harrisburg.

The Valley Forge Convention Center Partners LP, which operates the Valley Forge Casino Resort in Montgomery County, was hit with...
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