Md. lawmakers to debate new casino; Region braces for cuts; Voter ID Laws

July 26, 2012 - 02:14 PM
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Today on NewsTalk, Maryland state Del. Luiz Simmons discussed the news that Gov. O'Malley is poised to call the General Assembly back into session to consider casino gambling.  Simmons, a Montgomery County Democrat, opposes the legalization of Vegas-style gambling at National Harbor.

Jim Dinegar, head of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, talked about the impact deep cuts in federal spending would have on the local economy.  He also weighed in on Mitt Romney's criticism of President Obama.

And Talking Points Memo reporter Ryan Reilly discussed the wave of voter ID laws, which some fear could disenfranchise some voters. 

Watch the rest of today's show after the jump.

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