Fight over cash-paying video games hits crucial stretch

A Pennsylvania Skill brand game terminal is available to play at a grocery store in Harmony. (AP)

HARRISBURG (AP) - Just across the mall lobby from the glass-door entrance to the Pennsylvania attorney general's office sits a cash-paying electronic game terminal that the office is fighting to outlaw, like thousands of other devices like it around the state.

In an unfolding court battle, the state's top law enforcement office is representing Gov. Tom Wolf's administration, which accuses the proliferating machines of siphoning more than $200 million in revenue last year from the Pennsylvania Lottery.

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