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A new governor who sees the value of revenue from gambling expansions in a budget year could push sports betting across the finish line in...
Connecticut sports betting presents a tricky situation. Gambling entities in the state are limited to two powerful Indian tribes and the state lottery, but private...
A New York Senate Committee passed a sports betting bill Monday to spark momentum for debate to include mobile wagering in state budget.
The proposed California initiative to legalize sports betting at tribal casinos and racetracks received a fiscal impact report in first step toward ballot.
With the Maine legislative session starting today, the governor has through Friday to decide whether to veto the sports betting bill passed last June.
A California sports betting hearing Wednesday will try to avoid industry squabbles to focus on what has worked in regulated markets of other states.
Cautious optimism exists that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo could turn to mobile NY sports betting to help balance a $6 billion budget deficit.
If one lives in the Golden State, you often hear that California leads and other states follow. That's not the case with California sports betting.
No unexpected veto this time. The Michigan governor signed bills to legalize and regulate sports betting, internet gambling and daily fantasy sports Friday.
A representative of California cardrooms alleges that a sports betting initiative filed by Indian tribes has a hidden agenda to put competitors out of business.