Slots Licensing

Republicans Call for Attorney General Oversight in Slots Licensing Republican senators claim the state attorney general should be more closely involved in the licensing of casinos and slots-related businesses to secure that valid requirements are met before qualifying for licenses. Some anti-gambling GOP senators, including Jane Orie of McCandless, Jeffrey Piccola of Dauphin, Jake Corman […]

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December 24, 2017

Games Licensing

Republican Senators Ask Gaming Board to Delay Slot Games Licensing The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board was asked by the Republican senators to delay the approval of slot games licenses. According to republican senators, the gaming board should delay the slot licenses before a revision is made to the gambling law. The gaming board had announced […]

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July 24, 2017

Slot Machines

Representative Tom Burch Pushes for Slot Machines in Kentucky On July 20th, 2008, following the failure of Democratic Governor Steve Beshear’s push for casinos, Representative Tom Burch is making a legislation for the 2009 General Assembly that would allow 18,000 slot machines in Kentucky. Burch, a Democrat from Louisville said that around six thousand slot […]

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May 7, 2017

Slots Proposal

Representative Al Juhnke and Senator Dan Sparks Introduces Racino Slots Proposal Two Minnesota lawmakers have introduced a bill to expand gaming at the state’s two horse racetracks February 22nd, 2010. Hoping that Minnesota’s fragile economy will give the long-hope effort the support it needs to win approval, state Representative Al Juhnke (DFL-Wilmar) and state Sen. […]

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February 6, 2017