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The daily fantasy sports industry took issue with many of the regulations of the industry proposed by attorney general Maura Healey.
Fantasy Sports Trade Association president Paul Charchian said his group will be fighting for the industry's legality by taking a state-by-state approach.
Washington state began its foray into dealing with the daily fantasy sports industry, considering a bill that would make operating a DFS site a felony.
Indiana state Rep. Alan Morrison has a new bill on daily fantasy sports, a topic he has been thinking about for a year.
Florida passed a fantasy sports regulatory bill out of a House subcommittee, marking the second positive outcome for the DFS industry in a state legislature...
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission published its "white paper" on daily fantasy sports, asking for the legislature to provide regulation for the industry.
Indiana and Vermont became the latest states to introduce legislation aimed at regulating daily fantasy sports.
California became the first jurisdiction in the United States to pass a daily fantasy sports regulation bill out of a committee hearing.
Missouri Rep. Scott Fitzpatrick became the latest lawmaker at the state level to propose a bill that would seek to legalize the fantasy sports industry.
A California committee held an informational daily fantasy sports hearing, setting the stage for considering a regulatory bill next year.