Wed June 4, 2014
Bill Would Add Constitutional Amendment On Gambling Venues
A senate committee will look at legislation Wednesday creating a constitutional amendment centered on gambling in the Ocean State.
The bill would put a constitutional amendment before voters that states a casino or slot parlor cannot change locations without approval from voters in that city or town.
A development team is looking to buy Newport Grand, but promises that if casino games are allowed at the slot parlor that it will not change locations.
Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed is the bill’s sponsor, it goes before the Senate Committee on Special Legislation and Veterans Affairs this afternoon.
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