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Topic - Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is a governmental agency of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, founded in 2004 as the state licensing and regulatory agency responsible for overseeing slot machines and casino gambling in the state. - Source: Wikipedia
Regulators say bad winter weather once again kept gamblers away from Pennsylvania casinos.
Pennsylvania casinos took in $58.7 million from table games last month, down just over 1 percent from January 2013.
A former acting state attorney general says his decision to shorten the length of time the office retained its emails had nothing to do with Gov. Tom Corbett or the ongoing Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse investigation.
As the race for Pennsylvania's final stand-alone casino license entered a pivotal stretch Tuesday, state regulators heard from a pair of applicants whose visions for what will work in an increasingly crowded gambling market bore little resemblance to each other.
Philadelphia took the title Thursday of largest U.S. city with a casino when Pennsylvania's 10th gambling hall opened despite years of community protests and delays.
A divisive plan to build a casino near the site of the Civil War's tide-turning Battle of Gettysburg is in the mold of many other communities that have successfully meshed gambling with historical tourist destinations, the developer told state regulators Tuesday.