Though retail sports betting is already live in Maryland, bettors have been waiting for mobile gambling to take off in the state, with the hope it would do so in time for the upcoming football season.Read More
With in-person sports betting up and running in Maryland, all bettors are waiting on now is for mobile platforms like FanDuel Sportsbook to join the party.Read More
In-person sports betting is legal in Maryland, but for those who prefer gambling remotely, that option may not be available for a while. We’ve been tracking when Maryland sports betting apps will launch.Read More
Briefs: Rallies galore at the purple State House; gas tax; podcast on effort to ban corporate campaign cash
O’Malley declares “Purple Friday” for Ravens-Patriot game, employees allowed to wear team gear; business and labor rally for gas tax hike, but poll show voters haven’t got the message yet; lawmakers rally for constitutional amendment to overturn Supreme Court ruling setting no limits for corporate funding of political advertising.Read More
The State House steps became the stomping grounds for chilly cheering and singing Ravens fans when the team’s pep squad rolled into the capital Friday afternoon.
A crowd of about 100 people led by Speaker of the House Michael Busch all decked out in a Ravens jersey welcomed the team’s cheerleaders, mascot and two live ravens to Annapolis.
Gov. Martin O’Malley says Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels is scared to accept Maryland’s challenge on this weekend’s Ravens-Colts game.Read More