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Mar 17, 2020

Court of Appeals postpones oral arguments scheduled for early April

ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland Court of Appeals on Tuesday postponed the eight oral arguments it was scheduled to hear during the first week of April due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has spurred the high court’s chief judge to suspend court operations throughout the state except for emergency proceedings. In her postponement order, Chief Judge […]

Jul 22, 2013

Eye Opener: Port wants Sparrows Point for autos

A few government and politics headlines for Monday.

May 23, 2013

Gambling commissioner wants close look at Penn National’s corporate plans

The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission plans to take a closer look at Penn National Gaming Inc.'s plan to split into two companies.

May 17, 2013

Eye Opener: What the new gas tax will pay for

A few government and politics headlines for Friday:

May 6, 2013

Penn National plans to bid on Prince George’s casino

The Pennsylvania gambling company that spent more than $40 million to prevent a massive gambling expansion in Maryland plans to bid on the Prince George's County casino license that was part of that expansion.

Feb 7, 2013

Eye Opener: Searching for Leopold’s replacement

A few government and politics headlines for Thursday.

Jan 17, 2013

Eye Opener: Reaction to O’Malley’s budget mostly positive

A few government and politics headlines for Thursday.

Aug 13, 2012

House panel bumps revenue for two casino sites

ANNAPOLIS — A panel of lawmakers has bumped up the amount of money a casino in Anne Arundel County and a planned casino in Baltimore would get under an expansion of gambling. The House Ways and Means subcommittee made the change Monday as the House of Delegates gets to work on a measure already passed […]

Jun 25, 2012

Eye Opener: Gambling negotiations continue

As Gov. Martin O’Malley House of Delegates Speaker Michael E. Busch try to reach a gambling agreement, some casino operators are losing money. Here’s a few other headlines around the Web: O’Malley and Busch met over the weekend, but made little progress. The Annapolis Capital editorializes that the House was right to block a gambling […]

Jun 19, 2012

Pipkin wants to strengthen open meetings law

Senate Minority Leader E.J. Pipkin, still smarting following the removal of one of his staffers from a closed meeting of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gambling expansion work group, intends to try a legislative remedy. The Upper Shore Republican sent an e-mail to supporters Tuesday afternoon saying that he would sponsor legislation that makes the state’s Open […]

Jun 4, 2012

The Eye on Annapolis Podcast

The podcast returns with a review of the first meeting of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gambling work group and a look ahead to what must happen before the legislature can debate the addition of a Prince George’s County slots license and the legalization of table games at all state casinos. We also preview Wednesday’s opening of […]

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