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Supporters and opponents of expanding gambling in Maryland have combined to put $65.4 million into campaign accounts, according to the most recent campaign finance filing with the Maryland State Board of Elections.Read More »
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and former Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden star in the latest-pro gambling ad paid for by a group urging voters to support Question 7 on Election Day.
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A new round of spending by proponents and opponents of expanded gambling in Maryland has pushed the total to $35.7 million, more than the 2006 governor's race.
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Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. said Penn National will more than double the $18 million it has already committed to defeating Question Seven, which would allow a casino in Prince George's County and table games at every Maryland casino.
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Three casino companies with Maryland interests have combined to spend $16 million to influence the voter referendum on expanded gambling.
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Gov. Martin O'Malley released a draft of his highly anticipated gambling legislation late Tuesday, a bill that contained few surprises but has attempted to allay some concerns of members of the House of Delegates who have been reluctant to vote to expand Maryland's casino gambling program. ...Read More »