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  • 4,750 in Anne Arundel County within two miles of Route 295;
  • 3,750 in Baltimore City, on city-owned land within one-half mile of I-95 and Route 295 that is in a nonresidential area and not adjacent to or within one-quarter mile or residential property;
  • 2,500 in Worcester County within one mile of the intersection of Route 50 and Route 589;
  • 2,500 in Cecil County within two miles of I-95;
  • 1,500 in Allegany County on state-owned land associated with the Rocky Gap State Park that is not in the same physical building as the Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort

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STATE GAMING LAWS


Referendum Text

Authorizes the state to issue up to five video lottery licenses for the primary purpose of raising revenue for education of children in public schools, prekindergarten through grade 12, public school construction and improvements, and construction of capital projects at community colleges and higher education institutions. No more than a total number of 15,000 video lottery terminals may be authorized in the state, and only one license may be issued for each specified location in Anne Arundel, Cecil, Worcester, and Allegany Counties and Baltimore City. Any additional forms or expansion of commercial gaming in Maryland is prohibited, unless approved by a voter referendum.

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