Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law H 271, a bill that expands gambling to include daily fantasy sports, online gambling, satellite casinos & more.
The Pennsylvania House passed a budget funding package in the late hours of Oct. 17, bringing an end to a months-long stalemate.
Pennsylvania’s Senate rejected a revenue packaged passed by the House, sending lawmakers back to the drawing board as time wastes away.
Over the past five years, free play payouts have dropped by nearly 10 percent, leaving experts to wonder about the future of free-play programs.
Pennsylvania lawmakers have yet to agree on how to fund the 2017-2018 budget, which means a gambling expansion bill will have to wait until the fall.
Pennsylvania Rep. Robert Matzie released a memorandum indicating he’s drafting a bill allowing the regulation of sports betting in the state.
New sin tax hikes, law suits and trouble regulating casino revenue lead to skepticism about the future of gambling online and offline in Pennsylvania.
A bill that would legalize online gambling in Pennsylvania and fix an unconstitutional tax on casinos will wait until next year, it appears.
Pennsylvania casinos saw their diversity numbers improve over the last time the gaming control board conducted a study.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled that the state’s current casino host tax is unconstitutional.