Maryland's Casinos Generated $161.5M In June, First Month Without Capacity LimitationsMaryland's six casinos combined generated $161.5 million in revenue last June, the month capacity restrictions were lifted.
Maryland Casinos Generate $154.3M During AugustMaryland Lottery and Gaming announced Thursday that August 2019 gaming revenues for the state’s six casinos were $154,260,719 – the fourth-best month in the history of Maryland’s casino gaming program.
Md. Casinos Want To Swap Slots For Table GamesThe state's two largest casinos say they have a plan to make more money: switch out some slots for table games.
Expanded Gambling Is The Most Expensive Political Battle In Md. HistoryMassive amounts of money are being poured into the casino controversy. Expanded gambling is now the most expensive political battle ever waged in the state of Maryland.
Md. House Of Delegates Debates Future Of CasinosPaving the way for table games. The House of Delegates has given initial approval to expanding Maryland's casinos.
Potential Tax Cuts For Casinos Stir ControversyThe gambling bill is surrounded by controversy because of the tax breaks casinos would get.
Details On Maryland Gambling Bill ReleasedGov. Martin O'Malley's administration has released details in gambling legislation for a special session this week.
Supporters, Opponents Of Expanded Gambling Each Raise Money To Influence Special SessionWar of words. Supporters and opponents of expanded gambling are spending more than a million dollars to influence the outcome of this week's special session.
First Maryland Casino Plans To DownsizeCasino controversy. As the General Assembly plans to discuss expanding gambling in the state, Maryland's first casino takes a major financial hit.
Majority Of Marylanders Say They Want Gambling Back On BallotMaryland voters weigh in on the latest state gaming controversy and a poll shows they are ready to vote.
Md. Lawmakers Fail To Approve Expanded GamblingLawmakers have adjourned after failing to approve a bill to expand gambling to include table games, although the measure could be considered if a special session is called by the governor.