Campiglia and another former waitress, Christina Aicher, filed complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission which ruled in their favor.
Chris discusses the Republican reaction to President Obama’s speech from Friday and the controversey surrounding Mitt Romney’s tax returns. He talks to former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty about the 2012 Presidential campaign, Tom McGrath from the Philly Post, and Brian Montopoli from CBS News about what Pennsylvania’s role will be in the 2012 Presidential Election.
Gross revenue from table games was up 7.4 percent last month compared to a year ago, boosted by the second full month of play at the state’s newest casino, according to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s table games revenue totals released Monday.
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Pennsylvania set an all-time high for gross revenue from table games last month, figures bolstered by the opening of the state’s 11th casino.
The $233-million dollars in gross slots revenue for March was the highest for any month since the state’s tenth full-size casino opened, or any month since legalized gaming began in Pennsylvania.
Police in Bucks County are crediting an alert dealer at the Parx casino with helping them to capture a man wanted in connection with a weekend home invasion-robbery that targeted an elderly victim.
The second phase of expansion is underway at Parx in Bensalem and casino officials say it will mean more gaming space for gamblers, who continue to pack the facility.
State gaming regulators will continue talking with officials from the Parx Casino in Bensalem, in an effort to eliminate the problem of gamblers leaving children in cars in the parking lot of the casino.
Representatives from Parx Casino will be in Harrisburg this morning to meet with the state Gaming Control Board to talk about the Bensalem casino’s plan for dealing with the ongoing problem of kids left in cars.
Police in Bucks County have arrested two people in an ongoing problem that is plaguing a popular casino: children being left in the car while adults go inside to gamble.
Bensalem Township Police said a 6-year-old child was left unattended in a car parked at the Parx Casino Saturday evening.
Parx casino continues to wear the crown as Pennsylvania’s leading casino for slots play, according to revenue figures for the fiscal year that ended last week.
Bucks County health officials are putting out a warning as they closely monitor three probable cases of measles in the county.