Lawmakers in Pennsylvania have introduced legislation to regulate video gaming terminals (VGTs), which they say will generate more than $1bn in annual revenue and hundreds of millions for the Commonwealth.

The bipartisan initiative is being sponsored in the House by Representatives Mark Mustio and Mike Sturla, and Senator Guy Reschenthaler in the Senate, and will focus on gaming expansion in Pennsylvania, specifically the video gaming industry.

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