The Ohio State Racing Commission does not like Penn National Gaming’s plan for a racino in Dayton saying that it places more emphasis on video lottery gambling than watching live horse races.
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Penn National Gaming Inc.
Hollywood Dayton racino
1,500 video lottery terminals
5/8th of a mile harness racetrack
$125 million construction cost
$125 million in licensing and relocation fees to the state
target opening June 2014
100 live racing days
1,000 construction jobs
1,000 direct and indirect permanent jobs