When casino gambling first came to Maryland, we, the voters, were told that a big chunk of the profits would go toward education. When the casinos were going concerns, and education wasn't getting any benefit, we were told that the money was going to education, but the state was using it to offset other spending in the general fund. So we voted for the so-called lock box. Now, when it's clear that despite the urgent need to improve schools in Maryland, the education budget is still not improving, we find out that all the money hasn't actually been going to education at all. Instead, some is being siphoned off to provide welfare for The Stronach Group that owns the racetracks in Maryland.