Spare kitchen poker from gambling laws

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Thoughts on issues relating to Anne Arundel County

July 24, 2005

There should be a exemption for kitchen poker.

The Police have much more important things to do than stopping people from having a nice evening at the house around the kitchen table.

What harm does it do for a few friends to get together and play a game?

Richard Hanna

Hanover

We want your opinions

ISSUE: Last week, developers of the proposed Annapolis Towne Center at Parole said they anticipated putting the first shovel into the ground for the 2.1 million-square-foot residential, retail and commercial project in the fall. The 35-acre development off U.S. 50 has the backing of county executive Janet S. Owens.

But opponents of the project say that the enclave will lack the access and open space needed to make the area inviting and will lead to traffic gridlock in and around the site.

YOUR VIEW: Will Annapolis Towne Center at Parole be good for the area? Or will it cause traffic nightmares? Tell us what you think by Thursday at arundel.speakout@baltsun.com. Please keep your response short, and include your name, address and phone number. A selection will be published Sunday.

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