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Tables games and a sixth casino site should be separate issues on November's ballot

On the November referendum ballot on casinos, there should be one ballot for table games (yes or no) and a separate ballot for a sixth casino site (yes or no ).

If there are no table games in Maryland I certainly will go to Atlantic City, where I can get rebates and food. Another casino in Maryland won't draw me and other players.

If casinos don't offer table games, Baltimore should be the only casino in Maryland.

Frank F. Braunstein, Pikesville

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