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If approved by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Commission, the elimination of 300 machines would reduce projected state revenues by $1.2 million. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)
If approved by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Commission, the elimination of 300 machines would reduce projected state revenues by $1.2 million. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Md. approves cutting 300 slots machines at Hollywood Casino

Other Md. operators may seek changes, too

The elimination of the machines would reduce projected state revenues by $1.2 million.

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