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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - James J. Murren
With a developer in place for a proposed Prince George's County casino and a new study supporting the viability of expanded gambling in Maryland, there appears to be a growing consensus as to how lawmakers will seek to legalize table games and add a sixth casino in the state.
Mr. Murren said he would be happy with a proposed 52 percent tax that was part of this year's earlier
"We like doing this and we're good at doing this," Mr. Murren said. "We like being part of the community and if we're wanted, we're all in."