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Maryland legislators will meet in a special session Thursday to debate Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposal to expand gambling to Prince George's County.
A workgroup has failed to reach a consensus on gambling expansion in Maryland, meaning there will be no special session on the issue, and a sixth casino will not be recommended for Prince George's County this year.
Republicans in the House of Delegates are opposing a special session to take up proposed gambling expansion in Maryland.
The House of Delegates is set to consider a bill that could bring table games and sixth casino to Maryland. Members of the Ways and Means Committee voted Monday to approve a stripped-down version of a Senate bill.
Officials representing the sole applicant hoping to put a slots parlor in downtown Baltimore said Friday they support a bill that would create a sixth casino in Maryland.
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