A Brazilian congressman has introduced a stripped-back gambling bill limited to land-based casinos, a move that underscores ongoing divisions about the best approach to gaming expansion.
Bill PL 530/2019, which was introduced on February 6 by federal deputy Paulo Azi from Bahia State, essentially strips out the casino provisions of a much broader gaming bill already pending before Congress to allow a total of 32 resorts across Brazil.
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