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DESPITE DECLINING INTEREST IN SLOTS, PENNSYLVANIA BILL WOULD ALLOW MACHINES IN AIRPORTS BY BRIAN PEMPUS

New legislation on the table in Pennsylvania calls for the existing Las Vegas-style casinos to operate traditional slot machines in state airports.

The bill, filed on April 2, would effectively change a law passed in 2017 that called for airports to have interactive slots on tablet devices. House Bill 1023 would allow the 13 casino licensees to apply for certificates to bring slots to qualifying Keystone State international airports. The state has seven of those.

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