Fearing the loss of casino revenue to a neighboring state, Rhode Island's General Assembly passed an end-of-session bill that gives the state 18% of the take from table games at its Twin River and Newport Grand facilities, should voters approve an enabling referendum this fall.

Gov. Lincoln Chafee said he is unsure whether he would sign the measure.

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