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O’Malley Condifident Gambling Measures Will Be Approved

October 3rd, 2012 by WCBC Radio

Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley told WTOP  this week that  if voters reject gambling in Prince George's County as well as table games when they vote on the measure in November, he won't seek to re-introduce the gaming legislation while he's governor. O'Malley says the prospect of table games at Maryland casinos including National Harbor would be dead until 2015, when a new governor is sworn in and takes office. That said, O’Malley is confident the measure will be approved by voters. He cautions that if the gaming revenues aren’t coming to Maryland- they are drifting to neighboring states and that only adds to the state’s competitive disadvantage…





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