Baltimore Real-Estate Developer Reed Cordish To Join Trump AdministrationPresident-elect Donald Trump's transition team announced on Tuesday that Baltimore-based real-state developer Reed S. Cordish, a partner of the Cordish Companies, will serve as an assistant to the president.
Cordish Meets With House Speaker On GamblingThe owner of Maryland's largest casino has met with House Speaker Michael Busch to discuss the potential expansion of gambling in the state.
Developer: Politicians Can't Keep Approving New CasinosCasinos are not like Starbucks stores: you really can't have one on every corner.

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