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Although the US Supreme Court ruled to permit sports betting nationwide last year, Maryland is in no position to amend its current laws at this time.

Local bookmakers and agents are on hand to fill the void and meet demand.

"Legalizing sports betting in Maryland will require action by the General Assembly and ultimately a referendum on the ballot,” said Shareese DeLeaver-Churchill, a spokeswoman for Gov. Larry Hogan. “The governor has previously expressed support for the rights of states to make this determination and we anticipate this issue will be debated in the next legislative session."
Keith Whyte, executive director of the National Council on Problem Gambling, says he is seeing a “gold rush mentality” from states working to legalize sports betting. He says more than a cash grab, expanding gambling of any kind comes with societal costs.

“You will be able to use your cellphone while you're watching on TV or you're actually in the stadium or in the arena and being able to bet on every single performance by every single athlete on every single play of every single game,” said Whyte. “That is something that we have never had experience with, and all three of those things may well increase gambling problems.”

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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