Maryland Voters Could Hold the Cards

Gaming proposed for Rosecroft

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    The Maryland Senate has voted to let the public decide whether to bring card games to Prince George's County.

    A measure calling for a statewide referendum on whether to allow card games at financially troubled Rosecroft Raceway was approved 34-13 on Wednesday.
     
    Sen. C. Anthony Muse (D-Prince George's County) and Senate President Thomas V. "Mike" Miller ( D - Calvert County) sponsored the measure.  
     
    The bill now goes to the House of Delegates.