Lawmakers in Pennsylvania's House of Representatives and Senate have prepared new efforts to pass iGaming regulation in the state, with each proposal pledging to resolve key stumbling blocks that have previously prevented legislation from passing.

This has seen a new, wide-ranging gambling bill introduced in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, looking to resurrect key points of last year's HB1887. This bill passed the House in October last year, but failed to make it through the Senate.

The newly introduced House Bill 392, described as "omnibus gambling legislation," aims to ensure a return to areas of the state that host gambling facilities by requiring all casinos, except Category 3 venues, to pay a $10m fee to host municipalities.

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