Pennsylvania Gets Into Gaming

Within the next two years, Pennsylvania expects to see the opening of five casinos, including two waterfront casinos in Philadelphia, less than 60 miles from the East Coast’s premiere gambling destination of Atlantic City, N.J.

Late last month, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board approved 11 applications for slot-machine gaming licenses, including five for the Commonwealth’s first stand-alone casinos. The five are:

  • The Mount Airy Casino in at the Mount Airy Resort in Pa

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