Spending to influence Maryland's referendum to expanded casino gambling has exceeded $50 million, according to state campaign finance records.Read More »
A day after proponents of Maryland's casino gambling expansion surpassed the spending of lone dissenter Penn National Gaming Inc., the Pennsylvania-based gambling company ponied up another $4 million to stop the expansion.Read More »
Proponents of expanded gambling have for the first time moved ahead of opponents -- at least when measured by the size of their campaign accounts.Read More »
Three casino companies with Maryland interests have combined to spend $16 million to influence the voter referendum on expanded gambling.
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The Peterson Cos., master developer of National Harbor in Prince George's County where a casino may be built if voters approve of a sixth Maryland gambling site, has ponied up $400,000 to support a referendum campaign.Read More »
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 »
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 »