It's not exactly the Papal conclave but legislators in Annapolis met behind closed doors Friday morning to discuss solutions to the Court of Appeals ruling requiring attorneys at bail hearings.Read More »
A state work group on private laboratories that handle dangerous pathogens is holding its first meeting at the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in Baltimore. Tuesday’s meeting could eventually lead to greater oversight of private labs with so-called bio-containment ...Read More »
Poll data released Thursday suggests solid support for expanding gambling among Baltimore and Prince George’s County residents, two groups that have been targeted by casino advocates in a series of radio and television ads. The poll, commissioned by National Harbor ...Read More »
It’s a big day for the state’s gambling program, as the Board of Public Works is expected to give final approval for a slots parlor at Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort in Allegany County and the work group considering ...
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The Maryland Live! casino next to Arundel Mills mall would be the only facility to lose gross revenue if a casino is built at National Harbor in Prince George’s County, according to an analysis sent to a state gambling work ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gambling work group meets today in Annapolis, in its first attempt to examine expanding gambling in the state. Meanwhile, today in The Daily Record, businesses around the soon-to-open Maryland Live! casino express optimism that the casino opening ...Read More »