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Eye Opener: Lawmakers spend hefty sum commuting to Annapolis

From writing legislation, to grabbing votes, to the upcoming referendum fight, Maryland’s casino program oozes with controversy.

But, as attendees of the Maryland State Lottery Commission meeting were reminded Thursday, the controversy doesn’t necessarily stop with the approval of the program’s rules.

Two groups have filed appeals, contesting the award of Baltimore’s slots license to CBAC Gaming LLC, a group led by Caesars Entertainment Corp.

Here’s a few other state government headlines: