Gov. Martin O’Malley’s work group considering expanded gambling couldn’t reach consensus Wednesday, likely preventing any special session on the topic this summer.
Here’s what else is in the news today:
- The Frederick News-Post reports that a Frederick casino was never on the work group’s agenda.
- The Daily Record and others report that the Board of Public Works gave approval to the sale of a Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort, where a slots parlor will be built.
- MarylandReporter.com reports that the Board of Public Works approved a $500,000 contract to modify Medevac helicopters.
- The Herald-Mail reports that O’Malley will narrate a performance at the Maryland Symphony Orchestra’s “Salute to Independence” concert in July.