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State officials spar over slots in Prince George's

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Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot said it would be a travesty if the state chose to use slots to fund a new hospital for Prince George's County, in a debate that will figure prominently in the county's request for more money from the General Assembly next month. After voting against authorizing the state to spend $169 million to lease slot machines for a casino at the Arundel Mills mall,...

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