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On election day, Maryland voters will decide whether to bring slot machine gambling to five sites across the state. In our region, Anne Arundel and Baltimore Counties would be most directly affected. Join Kojo to explore how the key issues of the slots debate are playing out in both localities.
- John Leopold County Executive, Anne Arundel County
- Peter Franchot Maryland State Comptroller; Former Maryland State Delegate (D-Dist. 20)
- Patrick Moran Maryland Director, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
- Tom Perez Secretary of the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
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