After years of effort, Baltimore City is finally getting a slots casino. The commission in charge of awarding licenses has approved the bid by Caesar’s Entertainment to run more than 3,700 slot machines.
The early numbers at Maryland Live! Casino have been impressive. They’re bringing in more than $1 million a day in gaming revenue.
Governor Martin O’Malley says he’s still open to calling a special session this summer on expanded gambling.
A national taxpayer group urges Maryland voters to oppose any plan to lower tax rates for the state’s casino operators.
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.
A panel of state Senators is supporting legislation to expand gambling in Maryland.
The Maryland Lottery says the state’s two casinos have generated $15 million in revenue in February.
Maryland lawmakers are still waiting for the big payout from the Legislature’s gamble more than four years ago on legalized slot machines.
The Maryland Lottery says the state’s two casinos have generated nearly $13 million in revenue in January.
Perryville town commissioners have approved a 175-foot sign at the Hollywood Casino.
Maryland’s slot machine commission has approved some changes in plans for developing a casino in Baltimore and one in western Maryland.
The Maryland Lottery says the state’s two casinos generated more than $15.5 million in July, up about $3 million from the previous month.