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Category: Regulation

Lawmakers Could Revisit Mississippi Sports Betting In Special Session

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant could call state legislators into special session within days to address issues related to sports betting.…

Illinois Sports Betting Legislative Hearings May Take Place Next Month

Illinois sports betting could gain a bit of traction next month, according to Legal Sports Report sources. New hearings on…

Lawmaker Says NY Sports Betting Bill ‘Not Dead, But In A Coma;’ Expects Wagering At Commercial Casinos In 2018

New York Assemblyman Gary Pretlow blamed Gov. Andrew Cuomo and opposition from Indian tribes for the failure to pass sports…

New Kentucky Sports Betting Bill Surfaces, With Three Percent Tax On Handle

Kentucky continues to prepare for a push to legalize sports betting in 2019, with legislation teed up for the 2019…

As Rhode Island Sports Betting Becomes Legal, Could Connecticut Be Next In Line?

In theory, Connecticut sports betting could start before the start of football season. It’s the outcome everyone involved wants. Making…

The NFL Is Now Getting Its Hands Dirty On Sports Betting Policy At State Level

The NFL has started lobbying for its preferred policies in sports betting at the state level for the first time,…

Rhode Island Sports Betting Is Official As Governor Enacts Law; October Launch Targeted

Rhode Island sports betting crossed the finish line Friday morning and could be active within three months.

West Virginia Sports Betting Poised To Go Live By End Of Summer As Lottery OK’s Regulations

After becoming the first state to legalize sports betting in 2018, West Virginia now has a framework in place for the…

Mississippi Sports Betting Could Go Live July 21, As MGM Casinos Tease Launch

The Mississippi Gaming Commission voted to adopt regulations to oversee sports betting at casinos in the state on Thursday morning. And…

No Sports Betting Law Passed in New York; Pro Leagues Lose Out On Royalty Fee

Start spreading the news: New York sports betting is leaving today. Despite bills with some momentum in both houses, New…