Pa. asks for money from challengers to slots licenses
HARRISBURG, Pa. Pennsylvania’s gambling regulators want challengers to the slot-machine licenses they awarded to put up money to cover potential revenue losses to the state.
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- The first recorded betting games were played with marked disks or bones (the forerunners of dice), and spinning wheels or shields.
- Casino gambling, including Indian gaming, is legal in 27 states and most of the casinos have been built in the last 5 years according to "America's Gambling Fever", U. S. News and World Report, 15 Jan 1996
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- Indian tribes have used their position as sovereign entities to develop a number of gaming establishments. Indian casinos operate in 22 states. This number is expected to grow.