Maryland voters will decide whether to expand gambling so that it includes a new casino in Prince George’s County and table games such as blackjack and roulette. Casinos could keep a larger share of revenue as compensation for added competition. Here’s how the projected division of gaming revenue will change in 2017 if the expansion takes place. Read related article.


Source: Maryland Department of Legislative Services | The Washington Post October 22, 2012
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