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Despite Franchot’s Concerns, Casinos Say They Are Helping Problem Gamblers

June 13th, 2017 by WCBC Radio

Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot has been an outspoken critic of gambling and casinos from day one- and five years after slots were legalized nothing has occurred to allay his concerns. He strongest criticisms are two fold: that the casinos are taking advantage of people with gambling addictions; and that the level of gaming revenues targeted for education has been sharply declining in recent years. Rob Norton, President of Cordish Global Gaming, says that contrary to Franchot’s beliefs- all six of Maryland’s casinos are making efforts toward addressing problem gamblers… 





 

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