ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — The Maryland Stadium Authority is pushing to give the Orioles and the Ravens a bigger piece of sports betting.

A bill in the General Assembly would allow betting at stadiums, but only on game days.

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In a letter to lawmakers, the Stadium Authority is pushing to allow betting year-round. They argue this will increase foot traffic near the stadiums and Horseshoe Casino.

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In addition to in-person wagers, they’re also pushing for a betting app.

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CBS Baltimore Staff