Cordish will battle over the airwaves — just not yet

You may have already seen the well-produced ads by the coalition trying to halt developer David Cordish's casino project at the Arundel Mills mall. The first ad (watch it below this post) describes the mall as "a family friendly environment -- and a slots parlor just doesn't belong there." In his interview with The Daily Record last week, Cordish said he was definitely getting ready to strike back at his opponents -- the Maryland Jockey Club, Stop Slots at the Mall and other citizens groups that are against his casino. The jockey club in particular wants to see slots built at its race track, Laurel Park, which is just down the road from the mall.

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