Pennsylvania borrowing remains on hold as the General Assembly may not vote until early next week on a table games bill, a measure that lawmakers must pass before approving the state’s fiscal 2010 Capital Debt Act.

The table games legislation would allow slots casinos and racetracks to begin offering blackjack, poker, and roulette. Lawmakers have disagreed on the tax rate to be applied to such gaming, with the House seeking a higher tax rate than what Senate lawmakers propose.

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