New Casino bill passes for Rhode Island House

A new bill on the table would let the voters in Rhode Island to decide whether a brand new casino could be made in Tiverton town is now going through legislature. A new report from Associated Press said that the House of Representatives of Rhode Island voted 96-4 Wednesday in favor of the vote. Still, the bill is making some progress in Senate as of Thursday.
The whole belongings would come from the Twin River Management Group that operates the slots parlor in Newport Grand. The new Las Vegas-type casino would supplant Newport Grand, said the report. Newport voters denied a proposed US$ 40 million elaboration of that facility in the year 2012.
The operator of the casino also owns Twin River Casino in Lincoln that opened a sixteen table poker room this December. Twin River got the sanction to include house-banked table games 2-3 years ago. After that, a successful statewide referendum would put the issue up to the Tiverton voters.
The gambling industry of Rhode Island yields the state over US$ 350 million in tax revenue each year, but some see that as under threat by gambling houses in Massachusetts. Tiverton casino will have 85000 square feet area of hotel and gaming space.
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