A lawsuit filed Friday challenging the constitutionality of the expanded gaming referendum could nullify the results of the Question 7 if successful.
Voters wishing to participate in this fall’s presidential election have few days to get their information in order, as the deadline to register to vote expires on Oct. 16.
The debate over expanding gaming in Maryland will ultimately be decided by the people, but to help them pick, casino companies on both sides have now contributed more than $26.7 million to campaigns for and against Question 7.
New poll shows support for same-sex marriage and Dream Act among Maryland’s registered voters, but a split on expanding gambling.
Three county executives lent their support Thursday to an expansion of gambling in Maryland that goes before voters in November.
The 2012 General Assembly session closed without an agreement between the House of Delegates and the Senate on an operating budget for the state. Many other bills passed or failed during the 90-day session.
Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker told a Senate committee Wednesday that a full-fledged casino at National Harbor is in the best interest of the county’s economic development.
Troubled Rosecroft Raceway is hoping to become one of the newest casino locations should the measure to bring gaming to Prince George’s County pass and be approved on referendum.