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You can, but it involves tricking My Maps. What you essentially have to do is load the extra spaces you might need later. In your original spreadsheet, at the bottom of your table, put a space inside each cell across the width of the table. Select and copy that new "empty" (wink wink) row, and past as many rows as you think you'll need in the future. Save ...
I see what you mean. The address in the information card seems to be non-selectable with the mouse and dragging over the text. However, if you triple-click the address, the text is highlighted and can be copied with a Ctrl+C (or right-click and choosing "Copy").
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