A Maryland coalition of education advocates is urging voters to approve a ballot question requiring the state's portion of casino revenues be used to increase public school funding.Read More »
Maryland slots revenue fell about 7 percent from July to August, as all three of the state’s casinos experienced slowdowns in business after a record-setting summer for the 2-year-old industry.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — About 10 hours after the General Assembly adjourned its second special session in a marathon legislative season, Gov. Martin O’Malley praised a gambling expansion bill that he hopes will put an end to persistent legislative gridlock caused by the ...
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ANNAPOLIS — A decision by a House of Delegates panel to further cut taxes on two Maryland casino owners would leave the state with $32 million less by fiscal year 2017 when compared to the bill that passed the Senate ...Read More »
A Senate panel on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a bill that would expand Maryland’s casino gambling program, setting up consideration by the full Senate Friday morning.Read More »
The operator of Maryland’s first casino is betting that a sharp decline in its June revenue will be short-lived, but odds are the road ahead will be rough for Hollywood Casino Perryville. The opening of Maryland’s largest casino, Maryland Live ...
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There was plenty to be argued about during the second meeting of the work group considering expanded gambling and not all that much was agreed upon. But a fairly basic question — why the slots program was started in the ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s gambling market can absorb a sixth casino — and already-approved facilities will make more money — if the state also legalizes table games, according to a joint study by state fiscal analysts and PricewaterhouseCoopers. A casino at ...
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