History is made in Maryland. For the first time ever, Las Vegas-style table games are open for business.
The chairman of the Cordish Cos. says he’s considering building a hotel with conference facilities next to the Maryland Live! casino in Anne Arundel County.
Table games like blackjack and roulette would be allowed in a new Prince George’s County gambling venue and at five casinos currently allowed in Maryland.
The state Senate has given preliminary approval to a bill to expand Maryland gambling to include table games like blackjack and roulette.
A panel of state Senators is supporting legislation to expand gambling in Maryland.
The District of Columbia Council remains bitterly divided on how, or even if, the nation’s capital should have the first government-run online gambling venture in the United States.