The fate of slots in Maryland depends much on today's
--with a full House vote scheduled for Friday--though Speaker
hardly sounds upbeat. ("Whatever we are going to do, we will do this week," he told
. "We're giving it every possibility for people to have a vote."--not exactly a ringing endorsement, eh?) Anyway, here's the
for slots. I love the minisites.
The bill making its way through the House includes slots locations in
, Dorchester, Frederick and Harford counties, but not
. According to the House bill, most of the money from the proposed 9,500 machines--an estimated $330 million a year for the state--would go toward school construction.
The Washington Times
, despite the House bill, P.G. County church leaders still
slots in their jurisdiction. In
, Montgomery County Exec
uses his anti-slots stance to
. I think Duncan may have read
. And here's
on a related bill making its way through the House; this one would