N.H. Senate approves bill to allow two casinos

03/28/2014 | Concord Monitor (N.H.)

The New Hampshire Senate voted 15-9 in favor of a bill to allow two casinos in the state, and the legislation will now head to the state House of Representatives. The bill establishes licensing fees, as well as the number of slot machines and table games allowed at each casino. The legislation also calls for $25 million in revenue sharing, which will be distributed to every municipality in the state. "Every community in the state will benefit," said state Sen. Lou D'Allesandro, the sponsor of the bill.

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