I find it somewhat ironic that a study developed by the Maryland Stadium Authority with the input of The Stronach Group, Baltimore City officials, and the general public about the future of racing and the cost of reviving Pimlico Race ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Fissures may be developing in the previously united Baltimore delegation to the House of Delegates, whose chairman said last month that city lawmakers would stand together to oppose expanded gambling unless Baltimore receives a legislative goody bag. Del. ...
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Gov. Martin O’Malley is holding the first of two important meetings today, the results of which may answer a question that’s been asked for months: Will Maryland expand its casino program? Here’s some other headlines: The Washington Post reports on ...Read More »
With a crowd blockading the entrance to the Maryland Live! casino at Arundel Mills mall just before 9:30 p.m. and a ribbon cutting ceremony winding down, casino officials opened the doors to the general public about a half-hour early. And ...
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A House of Delegates subcommittee plans to put off a vote on legislation that would create a sixth slots license and allow table games at Maryland casinos. Del. Frank S. Turner, D-Howard, said Friday afternoon that the Finance Resources Subcommittee ...Read More »