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6/19/2012MDMGM Grand unveils $600M National Harbor casino plan (CapitolGazette.com)
1/3/2011MDOcean Downs Casino Set To Open (wboc.com)
12/9/2010MDOcean Downs casino to open in January (Baltimore Sun)
9/27/2010MDMd.'s first slots casino opens ahead of grand opening (Washington Post)
9/20/2010MDState could delay casino opening (MyDailyBiz.com)
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Laurel Park

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Laurel
Local: (301) 725-0400 

Ocean Downs

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Berlin
Local: (410) 641-0600 

Pimlico Race Course

   top information page about Pimlico Race Course
Baltimore
Local: (410) 542-9400 

Rosecroft Raceway

   top information page about Rosecroft Raceway
Ft. Washington
Local: (301) 567-4000 


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Bingo, video lottery terminals, and parimutuel racetracks are the only form of legal gambling in Maryland.

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