SIOUX CITY (KTIV) - Penn National Gaming isn't taking this decision lightly and neither are the employees.
Human resources at the Argosy the employees will not be talking, and need time to let the decision sink in.
Earlier Thursday, it was the Argosy owner said it plans to contest the decision and try to get it reversed.
Penn spokesperson Karen Bailey issued a statement, "We are beyond dismayed at the IRGC's decision today and their egregious track record through this process. This will come as a huge blow to our employees and their families as a result we intend to request a stay of today's decision as we continue to pursue answers in the courts over this and other related matters both with MRHD and the IRGC.We remain confident in our legal arguments and trust that the court will do the right thing, especially in light of the action taken today."
We're continuing to gauge the community reaction and KTIV's Stephanie Ross will have more on News 4 LIVE at 5.
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