Legislator wants gaming board to study cases of kids left in casino parking lot

    In the last year and half, 10 people have left their kids in the car at the Parx Casino while they went inside to gamble.

    State Rep. Paul Clymer, R-Bucks, is asking the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to find out why.

    Philly.com reports Clymer wrote a letter to PGCB Executive Director Kevin O’Toole, calling on the board to study why so many people have left their kids in the Parx lot.


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