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MGM Resorts wins license for gaming facility by Washington DC


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Artist's rendering of a proposed gaming facility near Washington, D.C. Image from MGM National Harbor

The Maryland Video Lottery Facility Location Commission awarded a license to MGM Resorts International to build a $925 million gaming facility right outside of Washington, D.C.

The facility will be located at National Harbor, a hotel, convention and entertainment venue that's less than 10 miles rom the U.S. Capitol.

Two other bidders sought the license but MGM won out after a series of public hearings. The company is also in the final stages of a commercial casino proposal in Massachusetts.

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MGM gets the nod to build Maryland’s sixth casino at National Harbor in Prince George’s (The Washington Post 12/21)

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