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An Ohio committee approved an amendment that allows sports leagues to request that the Lottery Commission restrict betting on events and wager types.
Industry dissatisfaction with the Sports Wagering Act could be part of the reason why the Illinois Gaming Board is seeking public comment before rulemaking.
A week after an enormous sports betting announcement from Penn National Gaming, we try to fit the pieces together in the legalized states.
Legal Sports Report spoke with lawmakers and industry representatives to reveal how Illinois sports betting really came to be.
House sponsor explains how Maine sports betting legalization came to pass in final day of legislative session with language favorable to industry.
An 18-month effort to legalize sports betting in Illinois finally came togther during overtime, with both chambers voting to approve expanded gambling.
If Illinois passes a comprehensive gambling expansion bill this week, it likely will be against opposition from its existing casino industry.
How did the Illinois sports betting process go so wrong? Legal Sports Report managing editor Adam Candee pens a breakup letter to the Land of...
Gov. J.B. Pritzker is working with Illinois legislators to pass a comprehensive gambling expansion bill including sports betting by Friday's deadline.
Illinois has recently been struggling with how to handle a so-called bad actor situation involving the top two DFS providers holding gambling ambitions