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Eye Opener: Gambling spending exceeds $35 million

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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No special meeting for gaming panel; Cordish-Penn National deal likely not imminent

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.

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Penn National, Cordish talking?

Cordish Cos. officials declined to comment Wednesday on reports that Penn National Gaming Inc. is in talks to buy a minority stake in Maryland Live Casino at Arundel Mills mall, the state’s most successful gambling site.

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Gambling companies’ ballot spending reaches $16 million

Three casino companies with Maryland interests have combined to spend $16 million to influence the voter referendum on expanded gambling.

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MGM spends another $3 million on gambling referendum

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.

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Penn National kicks in $5.5 million to fight gambling law

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.

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Editorial: A clear winner in gambling debate

In case you were wondering who won the Great Gambling Debate of the 2012 regular session of the Maryland General Assembly, the results are in, and there is a clear winner – lobbyists. Their earnings for the six months including ...

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Gambling debate helps lobbyists hit jackpot

ANNAPOLIS — This year’s high-stakes gambling debate contributed to a big payday for top General Assembly lobbyists, who saw their earnings for the six-month period that includes the 2012 legislative session leap 38 percent year-over-year. Penn National Gaming Inc., operator ...

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