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Pa. board OKs charges to use new resort casino

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FARMINGTON, Pa. (AP) — The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has approved charges that non-resort guests must pay to gamble at a soon-to-open casino at a southwestern Pennsylvania resort. Under the plan approved Monday, customers must spend $10 at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort to gain one-time entry into the Lady Luck Casino, scheduled to open in July. Non-resort guests may also buy an annual...

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