The onslaught of ads over gambling expansion has been like no other in a Maryland political year, subjecting residents to rapid-fire television spots for and against Question 7. The barrage began long before ads for other ballot questions this year and has remained frenetic.
The National Children’s Museum is holding a jump-roping competition at National Harbor in Maryland to count down to its opening in December.
The National Children’s Museum says it will open in December at a site along the Potomac River just south of Washington.
There are new voices in the controversial expanded gambling debate. Groups in Prince George’s County are in a tug-of-war over putting a new casino at National Harbor.
Perched on cinder blocks and separated into four small compartments with desks and a computer, the trailers look like any that sit beside overcrowded public schools throughout the Washington region.
Lots of money is being spent to influence Maryland voters for and against a new casino at National Harbor.
Millions in advertising. Maryland may not get a lot of national attention in the presidential election, but the state’s plate is full when it come to ballot issues.
Maryland gears up for another battle over casinos. Lawmakers approve expanded gambling, but voters will ultimately decide whether to allow it.
Governor Martin O’Malley calls a special session on gambling and not all lawmakers are happy about it.
It’s slow going, but Gov. Martin O’Malley says there’s continued progress in his effort to get expanded gambling before the voters this year.
MGM Resorts and the developers of the National Harbor lay their cards on the table. They’ve agreed to build a resort casino at the National Harbor.
Representatives of Las Vegas casino and hotel operator MGM are meeting with Maryland officials about plans for a potential casino near the nation’s capital.