Maryland’s Premiere Track Waits for Uncertain Rebirth

BALTIMORE – Ray Edwards is at Pimlico counting the days before his next trip to West Virginia’s Charles Town race track

Horse Racing Industry’s Value May Have Been Inflated During Slots Campaign

ANNAPOLIS – Without the infusion of cash from slot machines, Maryland’s historically significant horse racing industry, worth $2 billion to the state’s economy, may fail, Gov

Maryland’s Premiere Track Waits for a Rebirth That May Not Come

BALTIMORE – Ray Edwards is at Pimlico counting the days before his next trip to West Virginia’s Charles Town race track

Ehrlich Signs First Laws; Vows Tax Veto

ANNAPOLIS – Gov

Ehrlich to Veto Taxes Despite Miller Muscle

ANNAPOLIS – The General Assembly will approve tax increases at its own peril, warned Gov

Miller Bashes Busch Over Slots’ Death

ANNAPOLIS – Slot machines are almost surely dead for this year and the leaders of the General Assembly bickered Thursday about how and why they perished

Schaefer Weighs In on Slots Debate, Fears for Core Programs

The last time Maryland was in dire financial straits was in the early 1990s when William Donald Schaefer was governor

Slots Live Despite House Panel’s Lethal Shot

ANNAPOLIS – A House panel dumped Gov

Ehrlich Slots Plan in Jeopardy in House

ANNAPOLIS – House revenue committee chairwoman Sheila Hixson, D- Montgomery, was pulling an April Fools joke Tuesday when she told an apprehensive hearing room that Gov

Miller to Busch: Pass Slots or Expect Stalemate

ANNAPOLIS – The pro-slots Senate will throw down its gauntlet at the gaming-shy House today, when it votes on a budget proposal tying slot machine approval to the end of the legislative session