Wozniak, in a statement just released, said there are "plenty of developers" across the state that would get to work on the license. "Years of delay have cost taxpayers millions and there is no logical reason for it," he said.
Wozniak, who failed with similar legislation earlier this year, said the city should not have a lock on two licenses. "Rural Pennsylvania needs jobs and economic development as much as the rest of the state," his statement said. "No door should be closed."