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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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Topic - Penn National Gaming
Penn National Gaming, Inc. is a diversified owner and operator of casino properties, as well as horse racetracks and associated off-track betting facilities primarily in the United States. As of 2008, it operated 20 facilities in 12 jurisdictions, including West Virginia, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Colorado, Maine, Maryland and Ontario. - Source: Wikipedia
Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III was decidedly cool about the prospect of gambling in Maryland back when he was a state delegate, but he warmed up to the idea in February as a county-commissioned study picked National Harbor as an ideal spot for a casino.
Lesa France Kennedy strode through the Art Deco-inspired lobby, past rows of blinking slots machines and spinning roulette wheels, her eyes trying to take in the homage to old Hollywood.
There are more changes in the works at Kansas Speedway.
Virginia lawmakers take up voter ID laws; Occupy D.C. at crossroad; D.C. Council to New Hampshire; Slots in Prince George's face challenges; New Jersey appears ahead of D.C. in I-gaming race; D.C. Council chairman to preview 2012 legislation; Public hearings set on Virginia budget; Paul's Virginia campaign headquarters will be in Norfolk.
The Prince George's County Council decided Tuesday against voting on whether to ban slot machines in the county, instead passing a nonbinding resolution asking residents to decide through a referendum.
The Maryland Racing Commission has unanimously voted to reject plans for a shortened thoroughbred racing meet, jeopardizing the status of the Preakness, the second leg of the Triple Crown.