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PA Senate Likely To Act Quickly On Online Gambling Because Of Budget Concerns, Lawmaker Says by Matthew Kredell

A day after the Pennsylvania House of Representatives sent a gambling expansion bill back to the Senate with a couple of major changes, Rep. George Dunbar expressed confidence that the Senate will make a decision on the bill by June 19.

“It won’t be too long, as we have a budget to get done,” Dunbar told Online Poker Report on Thursday in a phone interview. “Gaming isn’t the most important part of it, but it is an important part. I’m sure the Senate is going to be taking it up next week, and I’m also sure it’s not going to get voted on as is. There will be some changes to it. I hope the changes will be minimal.”


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