Pennsylvania casinos can now add blackjack, roulette, baccarat, and poker to
their existing slot machines thanks to the new gambling bill passed by the
The bill was first passed in the Senate with a 28-22 vote. Later that day it was
passed by the House on a 103-89 vote.
The new law allows large casinos to operate as many as 250 tables, while smaller
one are limited to 50 tables. The law also allows casinos to give credit to
Dante Santoni Chairman of the House Gaming Oversight Committee said "This is a
common sense, bipartisan piece of legislation that makes our gaming facilities
more competitive, improves the public's confidence in gaming, raises money we
desperately need in these tough financial times, and most importantly it helps
put thousands of people to work in a brand new industry."
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