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Online Gambling in Maryland – Will It Be Legal?

No one can deny the rapid growth of online gambling. Especially, if you look at the numbers. The market size of the sector is expected to grow by almost $115 billion during 2020-2024, according to new research by Technavio. Online […]

Online Gambling in Maryland – Will It Be Legal?

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No one can deny the rapid growth of online gambling. Especially, if you look at the numbers. The market size of the sector is expected to grow by almost $115 billion during 2020-2024, according to new research by Technavio. Online […]

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Unemployment Website is an Epic Failure, Marylanders say

During a news conference in Annapolis on April 10, Gov. Larry Hogan, accompanied by Labor Secretary Tiffany Robinson, both tried to reassure Marylanders who have had difficulty applying for

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Charles County Nursing Home Fined $10,000 Per Day By State For Improper Covid-19 Practices

Sagepoint Senior Living Services in LaPlata is facing hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines after state officials informed the nursing home Wednesday a $10,000 per day fine will

Hogan shows stronger leadership than Cuomo, Trump and Fauci, poll finds

@BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan has demonstrated stronger leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic than has New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, President Donald Trump and Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National

COVID-19 Survivor: Why Your Health is More Important than Cabin Fever and the Economy

So I’m officially back in the world, as much as I can be. And now you’ve heard my COVD-19 story, which has so far turned out to be miraculous.

COVID-19 Strike Team Revisits Sagepoint Nursing Home Days After 1st Employee Death, 91 Cases Alleged

State officials sent a Covid-19 "strike team" of healthcare professionals to Sagepoint Senior Living Services in LaPlata Monday — the second time this month. The team arrived three days after

Steele slams Trump over planned immigration suspension order

@BryanRenbaum Former Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele,  a former Republican National Committee chairman, slammed President Donald Trump for having tweeted that he will issue an executive order temporarily suspending immigration

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Hogan: ‘We are seeing positive signs of cautious optimism’

@BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan said on Wednesday that the battle against the coronavirus has progressed to a point at which plans to gradually reopen Maryland’s economy are being formulated. “Fortunately, because

COVID-19 Outbreaks Suspected at Two Charles County Nursing Homes

Coronavirus outbreaks are suspected at two nursing homes in Charles County, but government officials and facility managers say they cannot confirm the cases due to privacy issues. "The Maryland Department

Gansler: Trump doesn’t have the authority to order states to reopen their economies

@BryanRenbaum Update: At Tuesday evening’s White House press briefing Trump switched gears and said governors will decide when their respective states reopen.  Former Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler poured cold water

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