Md. told it’s falling behind other states in gambling competition

OXON HILL — A Maryland congressman and former lieutenant governor is urging the state to remain competitive in the gaming industry, warning that other states are making it difficult to compete. Rep. Anthony Brown, a Democrat in the 4th District that includes Prince George's County, and others highlighted positives from gaming, first legalized in 2008. Among ...

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