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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — About 200 municipalities in Pennsylvania have told the state they do not want a mini-casino.

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Pennsylvania’s ten largest casinos will start bidding in January on licenses that allow more than 700 slot machines and 30 table games at ten satellite locations.

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Municipalities have until the end of December to opt out.

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The list of municipalities that have opted out can be found here: gamingcontrolboard.pa.gov/files/legislation/cat4_opt-out_municipality.pdf