February 25, 2005

Slots in Maryland

Maryland's state House will get to vote, possibly today, on using slot machines for education funding. The bill would allow almost 10,000 slot machines in four counties around the state. See here and here for coverage. Responses from likely Democratic Gubernatorial candidates: Doug Duncan opposes it, Martin O'Malley sees it as a "reasonable compromise."

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