The Maryland Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved a contract that could run as high as $341 million over a dozen years for the lottery’s central monitoring and control system.
Gov. Larry Hogan and Treasurer Nancy Kopp voted for the contract for Las Vegas-based Scientific Games International. Comptroller Peter Franchot voted against it, citing concerns about awarding such a large contract to the highest bidder.
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