November 10, 2007
Baltimore County delegates are considering a plan for 2,500 slot machines in the Middle River area. It would be part of an entertainment complex with restaurants and a music venue. The proposed location is an industrial area near the intersection of Interstate 95 and U.S. 40.
This location may be more favorable than either Cecil or Worcester counties where there is strong opposition to expanded gambling. A proposed site in Cecil County has already been passed in a Senate bill, but faces opposition in the House.
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