In my remarks on the floor of the House of Delegates, I reminded my colleagues that we lack two important pieces of information. First, we lack a professional respected transparent study of the number of potential players in the Maryland gambling universe. Secondly, we need another study that would determine the impact of the competition from an unexpected new facility from the revenue potential of the other casinos. Of course, this revelation went in one ear and out the other. That is not the case in neighboring Delaware where they had directed the completion of both of these type studies and came to the intelligent conclusion that a fourth casino in their state would hurt the business of the existing three.