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The federal government has $20 million in funds available for things like sidewalks, shared paths and wetland creation. Could any of the money come here?
Maryland Live! saw revenue decline slightly despite the first full month of 24-hour gambling.
Train traffic stopped on the rail line due to electrical problems that led to a disabled train just north of BWI Airport. Amtrak service was also disrupted.
All casinos in the state saw increases in revenue in the final month of the year, though revenue from Hollywood Casino and Ocean Downs was lower than in 2011. Maryland Live! pulled in $229 million in 2012.
A provision of the deal to avert the fiscal cliff restores a public transit subsidy to as much as $240 monthly.
All casinos in the state pulled in less money than they did in August, including Maryland Live!, which added hundreds of new machines.
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The State's Attorney for Prince George's County said she'll fight for tougher laws against making threats, after determining she could only charge Neil Prescott with phone misuse.
The Maryland Lottery reported its 15th consecutive year of sales growth, helped along by interest from the $656 million jackpot in March.
Hanover casino contributed $13 million to the state's education trust fund.
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