State Representative John Payne, chair of Pennsylvania’s Gaming Oversight Committee, has introduced new legislation that would allow licensed operators to significantly expand their businesses by launching slot machines in non-primary locations.

The lawmaker has introduced House Bill 1646, which aims to amend Title 4 (Amusements) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes to permit the roll out of slot machines at ancillary locations.

This would allow licensed horse racing entities to operate up to two non-primary locations, while Category 2 slot machine licensees would also be eligible to operate two additional facilities.

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