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Tag Archives: Slots

Lowering the stakes (access required)

As the November referendum in which voters decide whether to legalize slot machines in Maryland gets closer, Laurel Park Tuesday officially signed off on cutting the number of stakes races this fall for the third year in a row. This ...

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“If we have the money, we must spend the money” (access required)

O’MalleyWatch.com took notice of the most recent piece from our Editorial Advisory Board. In, “Slots won’t help if state can’t live within its means,” the board makes the argument that slots revenue would do little to solve Maryland’s budget issues: ...

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Counties want slots (access required)

Not a huge surprise, but… The Maryland Association of Counties is calling for a “yes” vote in this fall’s referendum on whether to allow slot machines around the state. MACo has backed slots since Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. was ...

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Polls, polls, polls (access required)

There’ve been a few notable Baltimore Sun polls released this week, including one that found the majority of Marylanders polled favor legalizing slots, one that found Gov. O’Malley’s job approval rating dipping into the 30s post-special session, and another that ...

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