Pa. High Court Affirms Propriety Of 2nd Philly Casino License

Law360, New York (March 26, 2015, 2:42 PM EDT) -- The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Wednesday affirmed an appellate ruling that state regulators could reissue a revoked license allowing a second casino in Philadelphia, delivering a blow to SugarHouse Casino, currently the city's only operating table gaming venue.

In a per curiam order siding with the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, the high court affirmed a June 2014 Commonwealth Court decision that plaintiff RPRS Gaming LP failed to state a claim where relief can be granted, ruling that the General Assembly had intended for the second license to be given out to jump-start a new casino and that it didn't matter that...

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