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The Maryland Lottery says the state's two casinos generated more than $15.5 million in July, up about $3 million from the previous month.
Maryland gamblers between the ages of 18 to 29 are the most at risk of having gambling problems, a University of Maryland at Baltimore County study finds.
Only two of Maryland's five planned slots venues have opened, while 18 casinos in West Virginia, Delaware and Pennsylvania have added table games.
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War veterans' organizations are taking another shot at passing legislation allowing them to operate slot machines to offset dire finances at posts across the state.
Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos is bidding to buy Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, and he wants to put slot machines in the now bankrupt harness-racing track.
The owners of Charles Town Races and Slots hope to bring some of the glitter and glamour of Tinseltown to West Virginia with an expanded casino, a new name, and a fancy club and restaurant.
Pull a lever and win some coins. While this may be what a typical person thinks of when envisioning slot machines, gamblers in Maryland may be in for a much more interactive experience when the state's slots parlors begin opening this fall.