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  • Maryland gambling commission relaxes limits on lending, ATMs

    Maryland's casinos will be allowed to open 24 hours a day under new regulations approved Thursday by the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Commission that also relaxed limits on ATMs and lending to gamblers in the facilities. With the advent of full-...
  • Casino's first early morning draws small, dedicated crowd

    Casino's first early morning draws small, dedicated crowd
    When 2 a.m. came Friday, the sound of coins hitting metal — electronically replicated, of course, since the slot machines pay out with a printed ticket — continued at Maryland Live casino. About 1,000 people stayed where they were, plugging...
  • Cordish division named in Louisville, Ky., lawsuit alleging discrimination

    Cordish division named in Louisville, Ky., lawsuit alleging discrimination
    A division of the Baltimore-based Cordish Cos. has been named as a co-defendant in a lawsuit alleging discriminatory practices at The Maker's Mark Bourbon House and Lounge, a tenant at Cordish's Fourth Street Live! property in Louisville, Ky. The...
  • Maryland Live Casino begins 24-hour operation Thursday

    Maryland Live Casino begins 24-hour operation Thursday
    Maryland Live Casino will open Thursday at 8 a.m. and, according to officials, "never close again." The Hanover facility, located adjacent to the Arundel Mills Mall, is the only one of the state's three casinos that requested full-time operation from...
  • Balto. Co. zoning referendum fight puts spotlight on hired petition companies

    Balto. Co. zoning referendum fight puts spotlight on hired petition companies
    Men and women armed with clipboards and pens have been common sights at grocery stores, libraries, farmers' markets and shopping centers in Baltimore County, seeking signatures on petitions to overturn zoning decisions through a voter referendum. But...
  • Special session on expanded gambling likely, Busch says

    House Speaker Michael E. Busch said Wednesday that within a couple of days Gov. Martin O'Malley is likely to call a special session to deal with the issue of expanded gambling — even though there is no guarantee the votes will be there to pass a...
  • Maryland Live Casino opens more floor space, bar Thursday

    Maryland Live Casino opens more floor space, bar Thursday
    Maryland's newest slots casino is expanding Thursday evening, opening more floor space with over 500 additional gambling machines and another bar. At 6 p.m., the two-month-old Maryland Live Casino at Arundel Mills mall will open the Rams Head Bar and...
  • Special session, special interests

    Special session, special interests
    Let the special interest deal making begin. A week before the General Assembly is set to return to Annapolis to consider an (as yet undefined) plan to expand gambling, David Cordish, the developer of the state's largest casino, has issued his list of...
  • Busch sets out four principles for gambling bill

    House Speaker Michael E. Busch sent out an email Wednesday evening to his 97 fellow Democrats laying out his a framework for gambling expansion legislation and setting a schedule for the next few days. First and foremost: The speaker says that adding...
  • Busch says priority in gambling bill is revenue for state

    Busch says priority in gambling bill is revenue for state
    Speaker Michael E. Busch told fellow Democrats in the House of Delegates on Wednesday night that his top priority in legislation to expand gambling is to "generate significant new revenue for the state." In an email to his Democratic caucus, Busch said...
  • Internet gambling takes its place at the table

    Internet gambling takes its place at the table
    Internet gambling, which could bring casinos to every home, office or smartphone, has moved from the periphery of Maryland's debate over expanded gambling to center stage. Speaker Michael E. Busch informed Democratic members of the House of Delegates...