Rhode Island committee approves casino referendum

A Rhode Island House committee approved a casino referendum for the state in a 14-1 vote. The bill would allow voters to decide whether to allow table games at the state's two slots parlors. The bill does not specify licensing fees for the two proposed casinos, which would be privately owned but operated by the state.

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