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Maryland lost $1.2 billion in revenue to Charles Town casino, report says

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Marylanders left the state to spend about $1.2 billion at the Hollywood Casino in Charles Town, W.Va., over the past decade, money they could have pumped into the local economy instead, according to a report released Monday by a group that wants to expand casino gambling in Maryland. The study, conducted by the Sage Policy Group and funded by supporters of gambling expansion, makes an economic...

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