Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gambling work group meets today in Annapolis, in its first attempt to examine expanding gambling in the state.
Meanwhile, today in The Daily Record, businesses around the soon-to-open Maryland Live! casino express optimism that the casino opening will be good for business.
Here’s a few other headlines this morning:
- MarylandReporter.com details the Family Farm Preservation Act, signed last week by O’Malley.
- The Daily Record and others report that the Sparrows Mills steel mill has filed for bankruptcy, even as Baltimore County and the state begin to consider development options on the peninsula.
- The Frederick News-Post reports that the state disapproves of Frederick County’s land-use review.