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Franchot blasts new owner of Rocky Gap

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Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot said Wednesday that the state is getting "played for fools" by a company it contracted to build a slots parlor at a resort in Western Maryland. The company, Evitts Resort LLC, had agreed to buy Rocky Gap Lodge & Golf Resort in Cumberland and build a 50,000-square-foot gaming facility there that would house a minimum of 850 slot machines. But six weeks...

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