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Maryland Considering Bill To Allow Electronic Slots

Maryland’s Anne Arundel County is considering a bill that will change zoning laws to allow electronic slots. One county councilman, Daryl Jones, wants to alter the language of the bill to permit possible new slot locations in the future. There currently is one license available, expected to go to Cordish Company, which is planning a casino at Arundel Mills Mall.

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