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Topic - Bryan Simonaire
"My constituents think this bill will adversely affect them a lot more than it will the criminals," Maryland state Sen. Bryan W. Simonaire, Anne Arundel Republican, told The Associated Press.
"I think we're maybe a year ahead of ourselves in how it impacts counties," said Sen. Bryan W. Simonaire, Anne Arundel Republican. "And I think we've got enough other sources of revenue that we don't need to be in gambling."