Nevada and 14 Other States Most Addicted to Gambling

14. Maryland

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Maryland gets a high ranking for gambling problems. | iStock.com

If you’ve been to Baltimore recently, you might have noticed there’s a giant new casino near downtown. Is that a signal gambling is becoming bigger in Maryland? Perhaps. The state does make the top 14 on WalletHub’s list, after all. Maryland ranked high in one specific category in the analysis: fifth in “gambling problem and treatment.” It was 25th — totally average — in “gambling friendliness.”

Next: Online gambling may be coming to this state soon.

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