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Design for city casino approved by panel (access required)

Despite advice that the building would be upgraded from a brick to limestone façade if voters approve adding table games to the state’s slots parlors on Nov. 6, the city’s design review panel OK’d a preliminary design for a Baltimore ...

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MGM adds about $8 million to gambling campaign account (access required)

Supporters and opponents of expanding gambling in Maryland have combined to put $65.4 million into campaign accounts, according to the most recent campaign finance filing with the Maryland State Board of Elections.

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Baltimore tourism agency likes Question 7 (access required)

Baltimore's tourism agency rose in support of Maryland's expanded gambling referendum Friday, saying that legalization of table games would make a future city casino more attractive to outsider, thus bolstering tourism.

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Penn National spends another $4 million (access required)

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.

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Eye Opener: Gambling spending exceeds $35 million (access required)

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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Senate President says Penn National will spend $40 million to fight gambling expansion (access required)

Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. said Penn National will more than double the $18 million it has already committed to defeating Question Seven, which would allow a casino in Prince George's County and table games at every Maryland casino.

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County executives take sides on expanded gambling (access required)

Maryland county executives are picking sides on the state's upcoming casino referendum, but the sides are hardly surprising.

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