After a short break for the Fourth of July and more hot dogs than I care to remember, Eye Opener is back with news about how record casino revenues weren’t indicative of performance at Maryland’s first slots parlor in Perryville and a business advocacy group’s legislative report card.
Here’s what else is going on:
- The Daily Record and others report on the exodus of tax filers from Maryland’s more populated jurisdictions.
- The Frederick News Post reports that a state delegate is getting involved in a debate between county and state officials over local land use.
- The Baltimore Sun reports on the Maryland Transportation Authority’s bridge closure policy, which has garnered some criticism following Friday’s storm.