The work group considering an expansion of gambling in Maryland will receive the results of a study conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers Tuesday morning.
Members of the work group said the study, which is examining the viability of adding a sixth casino and legalizing table games, will go a long way toward helping them decide whether to recommend an expansion.
Also being considered is whether to shift the responsibility of buying slot machines to the casino operators, likely tied in with a decrease in the tax rate on casino revenue.
Here’s a few other headlines pulled from the Web:
- The Baltimore Sun reports that President Barack Obama will make a stop at an Owings Mills fundraiser before coming to Baltimore for another this afternoon.
- The Daily Record and others report that there is not yet a verdict in the trial of Del. Tiffany T. Alston.
- MarylandReporter.com reports that politics in Western Maryland are more bipartisan.
- The Herald-Mail reports that congressional candidate John Delaney said the unemployment rate is what concerns his would-be constituents.