MGM gets the nod to build Maryland’s sixth casino at National Harbor in Prince George’s

A state commission voted 5 to 2 Friday to award Maryland’s sixth and final casino license to MGM Resorts International, which wants to develop a $925 million casino complex at National Harbor, the waterfront development in Prince George’s County.

Friday’s decision by the Maryland Video Lottery Facility Location Commission marked the second high-stakes win in a long and costly campaign waged by MGM, which spent about $40 million last year to support the state’s referendum to expand gambling.

Read more: The Washington Post

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