Casino table games such as blackjack, poker and craps are again up for debate in the Maryland General Assembly.
Sen. Katherine A. Klausmeier, D-Baltimore County, filed a bill on Friday that would add the card games to Maryland's five slots sites — only two of which have opened for business.
The state Senate approved the games last session at the now-shuttered Rosecroft Raceway, but the House shelved the proposal. Gov. Martin O'Malley has said he won't back table games until the state's slots sites are up and running. Two of the state's five slated casinos have opened since last session.