Maryland’s largest casino is now open 24 hours, seven days a week.
The push to round up votes to hold a special session for gambling expansion is shifting to Baltimore.
Maryland lawmakers may still be able to reach a consensus that would put expanded gambling on the November ballot and potentially put hundreds of millions of dollars in the state education fund.
Maryland’s gambling market could support a casino in Prince George’s County and generate more money for the state by allowing the new site and table games there and at five casinos currently allowed under state law, state analysts and consultants concluded in a report released Tuesday.
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