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Penn National Gaming

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Applicant Trying For Philly’s Second Casino License Drops Out Of Competition

Penn National Gaming has formally withdrawn its proposal for a $480 million casino on Packer Avenue in the city’s sports and entertainment district.

06/27/2014

US Rep. Bob Brady, D-Pa., testifies before Philadelphia City Council
regarding a second casino license in the city.  (Credit: City of
Phila. TV)

Brady Pushes Proposal For Second Casino Benefiting City Schools, Pension Fund

Congressman Brady and others are backing a plan in which Penn National Gaming would run the second casino, and two-thirds of the revenues would be channeled through a non-profit to the struggling school district and the pension fund.

02/08/2013

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