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An attempt to override the veto of sports betting legislation in Maine fell nine votes short Tuesday after intense lobbying from the governor to sustain...
Intense lobbying in Maine by the governor and state casinos have put Tuesday's expected House override of the sports betting veto in doubt.
The Maine Senate voted Thursday to override Gov. Janet Mills' veto of legislation to legalize sports betting. The House could finalize the override Tuesday.
One man's absence stopped Maine Senate from overriding sports betting veto Tuesday, but his return could overturn the governor's action Thursday.
Governor Janet Mills vetoed on Friday a 2019 bill to legalize Maine sports betting. Mills sent her veto letter to the legislature with a detailed...
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 Maine special session called by the governor did not affect the sports betting bill, which will remain in limbo until January.
In addition to those two states, this week's recap of sports betting news includes new updates from California, Indiana, and Ohio.
Maine Gov. Janet Mills didn't sign the sports betting bill before Monday's deadline. The legislature may hold a special session to address her concerns.
The Maine legislature passed a comprehensive sports betting bill that should become the model law for post-PASPA sports gambling expansion.