The Maryland State Lottery and Gaming Control Commission will not hold a special meeting this week, suggesting that a potential deal between a pair of casino operators is not imminent.Read More »
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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City wants to shift funds to bridge A plan to build a $32.9 million bridge from the foot of Central Avenue near Fells Point across a small inlet to Harbor Point — the site of the new Exelon Corp. divisional ...
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The Maryland State Lottery Commission discussed a potential transaction involving two state casino operators in the closed portion of its monthly public meeting Thursday.Read More »
Maryland county executives are picking sides on the state's upcoming casino referendum, but the sides are hardly surprising.
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Companies interested in the future of Maryland casino have combined to spend $19.4 million to influence the November voter referendum that will decide the industry’s fate, more than double the amount spent on the referendum that started the state’s casino program four years ago.
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MGM Resorts International Inc. has thrown another $3 million into the advertising battle that seeks to influence a November voter referendum that will decide the fate of Maryland gambling.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 »
Penn National Gaming Inc. -- the scorned gambling company that believes it won't be given a fair chance to bid on a Prince George's County casino license -- has contributed $5.5 million to a ballot issue committee opposing Maryland's expanded gambling law.Read More »
The ballot issue committee supporting an expansion of Maryland's casino gambling program has already spent $1.9 million, according to state elections filings.Read More »