Maryland overwhelmingly votes to funnel casino money into

Given the overwhelming support for the ballot question, the only reason it was even up for a vote is due to Article 19 of the Maryland Constitution. In 2008, Article XIX authorized commercial ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Marylanders voted in favor of legalizing sports betting in the state. Question 2 on the 2020 election ballot in Maryland asked residents if they think sports betting close to 90% of maryland voters showed their support for question one at the ballot box. >> educators are waking up thrilled that someone is supporting increased funding for education. tim: so are 2020 election results. At the end of the election, the voters had pushed through positive gambling initiatives in several states, pushing the industry to new highs. Three states, Louisiana, Maryland, and South Dakota legalized sports betting while Colorado, Nebraska, and Virginia expanded casino gambling for the next few years. This makes some form of gaming legal in 44 states including USA BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland’s six casinos generated $119,356,448 in gaming revenue during December 2020, according to Maryland Lottery and Gaming. The total represents a decrease of 19.9 Marylanders decided on a pair of amendments to the state’s constitution: One requires casino revenues to be added to school budgets and the other opens the way for people to sign up to vote on

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