It took almost a week to get done but a in Maryland to table games and a possible casino in Prince George's County was worth the wait for County Executive Rushern Baker.
"I feel good about where we're going," said Baker early Wednesday, moments after the Senate adopted a gaming bill amended late Tuesday night by the House of Delegates.
"It puts us on the way to not only creating jobs in Prince George's County and the state of Maryland but also revenues for both the state and the county," Baker said.
The bill goes to the voters on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Baker said he expects "a robust fight."