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Maryland plans to study whether or not the development of casinos in the state has increased the number of people with gambling problems. See the Baltimore Sun report.
The Capital Gazette reports that the state’s medical marijuana commission will announce preliminary winners of growing licenses on August 15th.
Governor Hogan announces funding for an adult reporting center to provide supervision to people convicted of certain non-violent crimes who also have substance use disorders.