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Longtime gaming opponent Pa. House Speaker Bryan Cutler returns campaign contributions from 'games of skill' PAC

Pennsylvania House Speaker Bryan Cutler said Tuesday he returned $38,500 in campaign contributions from political action committees associated with the skill games industry. Cutler’s decision follows the lead of Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman and Senate Majority Leader Kim Ward, who both returned campaign contributions from the skill games industry last week (as first reported by the York Daily Record).
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Bryan Cutler: Ballot measures protect state’s small businesses

Lancaster County, where I live, has a long history of small-business success. In the late 1800s, before he built his chocolate empire, Milton Hershey ran a caramel company in the city of Lancaster. Over a century later, entrepreneurs played an important role in the city’s revival. Today, small businesses comprise a significant share of the economy, and the Lancaster area has one of the fastest start-up rates in Pennsylvania.
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