Slots Referendum

Maryland voters could be asked to decide next year whether to allow Las Vegas-style table games at the state's slots casinos - including a new location in Prince George's County - in a bid to be more competitive with surrounding states.
 
Orioles owner Angelos is interested in buying Rosecroft Raceway (Post, January 5, 2011; 11:11 PM)
 
Maryland's second slots casino opens (Post, January 4, 2011; 10:22 PM)
 
Top 10 D.C. area transportation stories of 2010 (Post, December 25, 2010; 9:29 PM)
 
Company plans slots appetizer at Arundel mall (Post, December 13, 2010; 9:30 PM)
 
Approval of slots casino referendum will forever change Maryland horse racing (By Andrew Beyer, November 4, 2010; 12:44 AM)
 
Money woes forces cut back at Maryland tracks (AP, November 3, 2010; 6:54 PM)
 
Anne Arundel voters approve slots casino (Post, November 3, 2010; 1:31 AM)
 
Dueling casino companies spend millions on ads for ballot question on Anne Arundel slots (Post, October 18, 2010; 8:35 PM)
 
Arundel slots interests spend big ahead of vote (Post, October 9, 2010; 7:20 PM)
 
Candidates take up fight over Maryland slots casino (Post, October 5, 2010; 9:58 PM)
 
Marylanders bullish on gambling as first slots casino opens (Post, September 29, 2010; 10:41 PM)
 
Md.'s first slots casino opens ahead of schedule (Post, September 27, 2010; 7:06 PM)
 
Hollywood Casino Perryville may open next week in Maryland (Post, September 22, 2010; 10:49 PM)
 
Maryland racing can look to Charles Town, and see what could have been (By Andrew Beyer, August 18, 2010; 12:45 AM)
 
Clashing on casino ballot measure: ARUNDEL MILLS SLOTS UP IN AIR
Ehrlich, O'Malley take opposing sides
(Post, July 24, 2010)
 
Md. court allows Anne Arundel slots referendum (washingtonpost.com, July 20, 2010; 1:54 PM)
 
'Ding-ding,' but no 'ka-ching' (May 31, 2010)
 
O'Malley makes a bet on Md. slots: Slow-moving casinos crucial to both sides in governor's race (Post, May 26, 2010)
 
Tennis notebook: Wootton boys leave little doubt who's the best in their county (Post, May 5, 2010)
 

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