Tag: Slots

Sign Stealer May Be Linked To Penn Nat’l/Jockey Club

Sign Stealer May Be Linked To Penn Nat’l/Jockey Club

| October 28, 2010 | 0 Comments

From our partner, WBAL-TV: Anne Arundel County police are currently investigating a possible link between a man charged with stealing and destroying pro-slots campaign signs and the Maryland Jockey Club, which wants to open a slots parlor at Laurel Park.On Thursday, the Jockey Club and the No Slots at the Mall group said they don’t […]

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Slots At The Mall: Deceptive Telemarketing

Slots At The Mall: Deceptive Telemarketing

| October 2, 2010 | 47 Comments

Facebook users: Do you want to get your facebook friends in on the discussion? Click “recommend” up top and share this post with them. I just received a call from Slots At The Mall. The woman, with a heavy southern accent identified herself as “Virginia” and asked if I woudl support a “No Vote” on […]

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Slots Referendum Hits Another Snag

Slots Referendum Hits Another Snag

| March 24, 2010 | 0 Comments

Signatures Will Not Be Certified Yet The Baltimore Sun is reporting that the Anne Arundel County Board of Elections will not certify the results of the petition drive until the legal challenges have been resolved. The leaders of the drive, submitted 40,408 signatures and 43% of those were rejected. The developer of the proposed slots […]

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What Don’t They Get?

What Don’t They Get?

| February 25, 2010 | 3 Comments

Slot Opponents Just Don’t Get It? Last week we talked about the vast numbers of rejected names on the recent petition drive to overturn the County Council’s approval of slot machines. It seemed the NIMBYs were having voter’s remorse. Last night, The Capital reported,  that Cordish had filed a suit alleging voter fraud against the […]

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County Approves Slots

County Approves Slots

| December 21, 2009 | 2 Comments

Council Approves Both Bills, Allows Leopold To Decide If nothing else, Anne Arundel County Council in ingenious. After stalling for more than a year, the Council has finally cleared the way for a slot parlor to be built near the Arundel Mills Mall. They also paved the way for one to be built near the […]

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Another Delay On Slots?

Another Delay On Slots?

| December 7, 2009 | 0 Comments

Councilwoman Tricia Johnson In Hospital After attending the Inauguration of Annapolis Mayor Joshua Cohen earlier in the day, County Councilwoman Tricia Johnson is apparently being treated at the hospital. There have been no updates as to why she was admitted or her condition. The County County Council was scheduled to possibly vote on the slot […]

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Slots Shenanigans

Slots Shenanigans

| December 2, 2009 | 1 Comment

Middlebrooks Recuses Himself From The Slots Vote Anne Arundel County Council, it seems, is doing everything possible to avoid voting on the slot issue one way or the other.  The issue is scheduled to be up for a vote on Monday, December 7th and requires four votes of the seven member Council to pass. Today, […]

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Some Politicians Are <strike>Brave</strike>Spineless Creatures

Some Politicians Are BraveSpineless Creatures

| May 7, 2009 | 0 Comments

As we come off “celebrating” Cinco de Mayo, another Spanish term comes to mind–COJONES. Well, specifically a lack of them.  I am not sure where to start, so we might as well start with the County Council. Cowardly Council They were elected to represent their constituents. So why are they now refusing to vote on […]

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