Measure To Expand Pa. Gambling Goes To Gov.'s Desk

Law360, Philadelphia (October 26, 2017, 4:17 PM EDT) -- The Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed a gambling expansion measure Thursday that would allow video gaming terminals at truck stops and airports and authorize 10 satellite casinos, a legislative move that will likely end the state's long-running budget impasse. 

The Republican-led chamber approved the measure 109-72 with support from across party lines. The House acted the morning after the state Senate approved the plan with its own bipartisan 31-to-19 vote. If approved by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf, the gaming expansion will provide a key piece of...
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