$800M MGM Casino On Track After Vote, But Challenges Loom

Law360, New York (November 7, 2012, 3:39 PM EST) -- Maryland voters on Tuesday approved a highly controversial measure to expand the state's gambling program, putting MGM Resorts International on to the next round of fighting for its proposed $800 million casino project and spurring a legal challenge to the vote.

Fifty-two percent of the state's constituents voted for a gaming expansion measure that adds an extra video operation license to the state's portfolio and allows a new facility in Prince George's County, as well as raises the limit on video lottery terminals by 1,500 to...
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