Md. Senate moves to remove gambling provisions from state constitution

ANNAPOLIS — A vote in the Maryland Senate has moved the state closer to removing most gambling provisions from the state constitution. The gaming provision, placed into the Maryland Constitution in 2008, was demanded by former House Speaker Michael Busch, who opposed the state's entry into slot machines and the predecessor to full-blown casinos. In the ...

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