However, they say an inquiry into whether the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board or state police lied to the Appropriations Committees over how DeNaples won a license while he was under investigation for perjury does not need to be part of the effort
.3/17/2008 3:32 AM
Dealing with DeNaples fallout takes on political hue in state Capitol
By Marc Levy/Associated Press
HARRISBURG – If Louis A. DeNaples – accused of lying to gambling regulators to get a casino license – feels singled out, there’s a chance the spotlight could widen.
Lawmakers preparing to launch a review of how the state awards its lucrative casino licenses may have to deal with the question of whether to explore the conflicting testimony they heard in recent weeks from gambling regulators, who licensed DeNaples, and state police, who charged him. Continue reading