Pennsylvania's House of Representatives have voted in favour of an amended gambling bill which puts it at odds with the Senate over proposed tax rates and authorised games.

The House voted 102 to 89 in favour of an amended version of HB271 on June 7th, which would authorise iGaming, internet lottery sales, daily fantasy sports contests, video gaming terminals in liquor establishments and truck stops, and tablet gaming at airports.

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