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With debut of table games, a record month for Md. casinos (access required)

With dice rolling and cards being shuffled for the first time at Maryland’s largest commercial casino, statewide gambling revenue ticked up to $59 million in April, a new record that may also have indicated the evolving market has started to settle.

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Maryland Live ready to roll dice at midnight (access required)

Maryland Live Casino at Arundel Mills mall will hold a ceremonial first roll of the dice at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, celebrating the start of table game play at the state's largest commercial gambling facility.

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Maryland casino revenue bounces back in November (access required)

Maryland’s three casinos combined to generate $43.1 million in November, the largest amount since August, despite a deepening slump at the state’s first commercial casino in Cecil County.

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Tax cut for casinos would shrink education fund revenue (access required)

A decision Tuesday by a House of Delegates committee to further cut taxes on two Maryland casino owners would leave the state with $32 million less by fiscal 2017 when compared to the bill that passed the Senate.

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Maryland Live owner warns state leaders of ‘oversaturation’

While officials representing potential National Harbor casino developer MGM Resorts International Inc. wore smiles behind Gov. Martin O’Malley as he announced a special legislative session on gambling, the operator of Maryland’s largest casino fumed.

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O’Malley calls for gambling special session Aug. 9 (access required)

Gov. Martin O’Malley, saying he wants to remove what has become a major roadblock to progress in the State House, announced Friday that a special session of the General Assembly will be held Aug. 9 to discuss expanding the state’s casino gambling program.

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