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Maryland voters have agreed to let the state's casinos offer tables games and the largest Maryland Live! plans to hire 1,200 workers to staff the tables.
Caesars Entertainment Corp., which plans to build a voter-approved casino in Baltimore, releases hiring and construction plans.
Officials from MGM Resorts are describing the casino they'd like to build at Maryland's National Harbor if voters approve an expansion of gambling.
A casino could be built in Prince George's County with table games and 3,000 slot machines, if approved by voters statewide as well as voters in the county. The allowable area includes National Harbor and Rosecroft Raceway. Applicant proposals could include bids to keep up to 38 percent of the money generated by the casino. It could not open until 2016.
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele says Penn National Gaming Inc. should "butt out" and stop spending millions to defeat gambling expansion in Maryland.