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Profits Up At Maryland Casinos

December 9th, 2013 by WCBC Radio

State officials say casinos in Maryland has made a lot more money over the last year.  State lottery officials say the state's four casinos generated more than $66.8-million  in November, about 80-percent of that money generated at Maryland Live at Arundel Mills.  If you take out the Rocky Gap Casino which opened in May, Maryland's casino revenue increased by more than 47-percent over November of last year.  Casino gambling has expanded thanks to the passage of Question 7 in November of last year.  That question allowed the casinos to add table games, and operate 24 hours. Maryland Lottery Director Stephen Martino, whose agency regulates the state's casinos, told WBAL News that much of the revenue growth is due to table games…





  

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