Maryland Live at Arundel Mills mall brought in the overwhelming bulk of the $26.5 million that Maryland's three casinos pushed into the state's treasury during October, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency announced Wednesday.
The Anne Arundel casino, in
Hollywood Casino Perryville, which is in
The casinos, which are allowed to keep 33 percent of their gross gaming revenue, made $13.1 million in October.
On Tuesday, Maryland voters approved the expansion of gambling in the state, clearing the way for a casino to be built south of Washington in
Casinos will be subject to lower tax rates under the expansion law and will be allowed to stay open 24 hours.