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  • National Harbor funds Curry push for casino measure

    National Harbor funds Curry push for casino measure
    Two companies trying to win approval of a Prince George's County casino have turned over almost $1 million to former County Executive Wayne K. Curry to run a "grass-roots" operation to deliver votes for Question 7 on Election Day.
  • Marriott agrees to buy Gaylord Hotels for $210 million

    Bethesda-based Marriott International Inc. has agreed to pay $210 million for the Gaylord Hotels brand and hotel management company, Marriott announced Thursday. Gaylord Entertainment Co.'s shareholders must approve the company's conversion to a real...

    County exec Baker's push for casino location met with opposition

    County exec Baker's push for casino location met with opposition
    Advocates for a Prince George's Countycasino faced off Wednesday, Feb. 22, as speakers at a hearing before the Maryland Senate Budget and Taxation Committee spent three hours debating whether National Harbor or Rosecroft Raceway would be the best...

    Annapolis lobbyists see big win from gambling

    Annapolis lobbyists see big win from gambling
    A high-stakes bill to expand gambling in Maryland is still unsettled in Annapolis, but one thing is clear: Right now, the payout is going to lobbyists. Various casino interests have hired the state capital's best-known lobbyists — including the...

    Scaled-down convention-center projects do little for tourism corridor

    It was an outrageous claim: Osceola County was going to get a convention-center complex so big you could see it from the moon. Fifteen years and many fizzled efforts later, the best the county could muster is 46,000 square feet of meeting and event...