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The Department of Defense said workers will only be required to take 14 days off during a five month period.
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It's National Trivia Day, so we're taking some time to quiz residents on their knowledge of the community.
Maryland Live! will bring in 150 tables and will operate a free dealer school with Anne Arundel Community College.
All casinos in the state pulled in less money than they did in August, including Maryland Live!, which added hundreds of new machines.
Census figures show that Maryland had the highest median household income in the nation, paced by wealth in counties near Baltimore and Washington, DC.
New legislation allowing for expanding gaming in the state would also allow Maryland Live! to get a bigger cut of revenue, and money for local impact grants would be preserved.
The Maryland Lottery said the state's three casinos brought in $48 million in July, with about $33 million going to the state. Maryland Live! saw revenue rise by 25 percent in its second month.
The casino in Anne Arundel County contributed $13 million to the state's education trust fund.
While many businesses are still trying to learn how the Affordable Care Act will affect them, others say they are bracing themselves for higher costs.
Lawmakers approved the pilot program, which would allow the state to withold refunds from people with outstanding warrants.
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