John Holden

John Holden J.D. / Ph.D. is an academic. His research focuses on policy issues surrounding sports corruption.

Oklahoma sports betting

Analysis: Oklahoma Sports Betting Bill Backed By Questionable Numbers

In a state with only 4 million people like Oklahoma, $240 million sounds like a lot of new revenue from sports betting. This is what one Oklahoma lawmaker says OK sports betting could do for Oklahoma. Representative Ken Luttrell, a Republican state representative from Ponca City, has circulated legislation that would provide a path for […] Read More
Posted on: January 20, 2022 | Opinion Regulation Sports Betting | John Holden
Florida sports betting

Seminole Tribe Files Again For Stay Of Florida Sports Betting Ruling

After the Seminole Tribe of Florida‘s motion to stay District Court Judge Dabney Friedrich‘s Florida sports betting ruling was denied last week, the tribe wasted no time seeking a stay from the D.C. Court of Appeals. The emergency motion was filed on Thanksgiving by Seminole Tribe attorney Barry Richard. It asks that the D.C. Court […] Read More
Posted on: November 29, 2021 | Opinion Regulation Sports Betting | John Holden
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