The U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland must reconsider its dismissal of a lawsuit alleging Baltimore, as well as the current and former owners of the Horseshoe Casino site, failed to protect a nearby river from hazardous materials. ...Read More »
With the slots tax at a future Baltimore casino set to be cut and legalization of table games soon to be decided by Maryland voters, two groups want a crack at the already-awarded city casino license.Read More »
In a letter to Baltimore's delegation to the House of Delegates, a Caesars Entertainment Corp. vice president urged the lawmakers to vote for legislation this summer that would change Maryland's casino gambling laws -- but only if Caesars is taken care of. ...Read More »
The Video Lottery Terminal Location Commission — more commonly known as the slots commission — has announced that it will meet July 31. The biggest ticket item on the agenda? The award of the license for a downtown Baltimore casino, ...
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In case you were wondering who won the Great Gambling Debate of the 2012 regular session of the Maryland General Assembly, the results are in, and there is a clear winner – lobbyists. Their earnings for the six months including ...Read More »
The Maryland State Lottery Commission unanimously decided Thursday that a Caesars Entertainment Corp.-led group is qualified for a Baltimore slot machine license, despite one investor’s questionable loan to an indicted former Detroit mayor who faces federal corruption charges. Dan Gilbert, ...
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ANNAPOLIS — As the gambling expansion work group nears a Wednesday deadline to recommend changes to the state’s casino gambling law, the panel’s deliberations have slowed the final decision on a facility planned for Baltimore. The 11-member work group held ...Read More »
As lawmakers consider revisiting a potential gambling expansion that gummed up state budget negotiations this year, the results of a poll released by the lone bidder for a Baltimore casino show that support for such an expansion isn’t overwhelming. About ...Read More »