Maryland is falling short of expectations and national standards in helping people suffering from a gambling problem, a recent legislative report shows.
The Maryland Senate began hearings on a bill to remove some of the last blocks to unfettered gaming statewide.
Owners of one of Maryland's six casinos told state gaming regulators Thursday that they will sell the property.
Gov. Larry Hogan wants the state gaming panel to fast-track dozens of mobile sports betting licenses.
Sports wagering in Maryland is now authorized, but it might not be until 2022 that gamblers get to make their bets on games.
A Maryland bill that would allow lessons on the risks associated with gambling — including addiction prevention — to be added to the high school health curriculum passed in the state Senate on Feb. 21.
A new poll finds that half of Americans approve of legal sports betting.
Penn National Gaming secured the right to put up a casino near Pennsylvania's southern border, submitting a winning bid Wednesday of just over $50 million and selecting a site that could draw heavily from Maryland.
SYKESVILLE — No one won the massive Powerball jackpot on Saturday night, but someone in Maryland got richer anyway. The Maryland Lottery says a $1 million winning ticket was sold at a convenience store in Sykesville. The ticket matched all five white balls that were drawn but not the Powerball. The jackpot for Saturday night’s […]
After being hit with a multi-million dollar tax assessment, a company that distributes video gaming devices has launched a constitutional challenge to Maryland’s gaming regulations, claiming they are arbitrary and treat small businesses differently than big casinos. Columbia Amusements Inc., a Baltimore company that owns coin-operated video gaming devices throughout the state, has been fighting [...]
Miller, who voted for the law nearly four years ago, made his comments during a wide-ranging interview and at a time when he has requested an advisory letter on the legality of the industry from the counsel to the General Assembly.
In November 2012, Question 7 was approved by Maryland voters – after the most costly campaign in the state’s history –allowing for the addition of table games in all casinos. Two years later, the $442 million Horseshoe Casino opened in downtown Baltimore. Together, these two events were championed by gambling proponents, who promised that an […]