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Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont let it be known Tuesday that he supports an inclusive approach to sports betting within the state.
Connecticut has a new, more inclusive sports betting bill that focuses solely on authorizing the activity with all the in-state gambling operators.
A Connecticut sports betting hearing brought back up the same issues between stakeholders that have stalled previous legislation, frustrating lawmakers.
At least half of US states should have legal sports betting by the end of 2020. Here's the five candidates most likely to choose sports...
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...
This week's recap runs through recent sports betting hearings in Missouri and Washington, plus the scuttling of a special session in Connecticut.
Connecticut's lawmakers and governor will take up sports betting again in February rather than consider a bill favored by tribes this fall.
It's no exaggeration to say that last week's news from Penn National will shape the future of US sports betting. On Wednesday, the company unveiled...
US Supreme Court decision to overturn PASPA opened up the floodgates for sports betting legislation, making it one of the key policy issues at state...
Whether Connecticut sports betting constitutes a casino game was a key part of the discussion Tuesday in a committee hearing. The Public Safety and Security Committee listened...