State lawmakers seem convinced that the issue can be put aside in the General Assembly session that begins Wednesday.Read More »
After days of intense bargaining behind closed doors in the State House, governor’s mansion and General Assembly office buildings, the legislature found the political will to allow an expansion of Maryland’s casino gambling program.
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The General Assembly's second special session gets underway this morning when the Senate convenes at 11:30 a.m. to consider an expansion of Maryland's casino gambling program. ...Read More »
House Speaker Michael E. Busch, D-Anne Arundel, joked months ago that there'd one day be a slot machine on every corner. That may not be likely, but gambling could be in just about every household if the General Assembly decides to legalize Internet gambling. ...Read More »
With a final decision on whether the General Assembly will consider gambling expansion this summer apparently just days away, here's a few gambling-related headlines to start you out on Monday ...Read More »
Updated, 12:25 p.m. Speaking to reporters in Baltimore, Gov. Martin O’Malley said Thursday that lawmakers have a responsibility to return to Annapolis if a special session is called. He said having 188 members of the legislature return to work this summer is “not ...Read More »