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A session shortened by coronavirus concerns may have been the reason the Senate and House couldn't come to terms on implementation language for Maryland sports...
Concerns over the lack of women and minorities in ownership positions of potential licensees led to the removal of implementation language from the Maryland sports...
The House opted to gut the Senate's Maryland sports betting bill but put the issue on the ballot in November after the Senate approved Wednesday.
The Maryland Senate passed a bill Tuesday to authorize sports betting at state casinos, racetracks and a Washington Redskins stadium.
Virginia sports betting is running out of time with the legislature ending Saturday. But according to Del. Mark Sickles, things look positive.
A more inclusive Maryland sports betting bill permitting the participation of racetracks and the Redskins stadium is on the verge of passing in the Senate.
A political tug-of-war might be all the stands in the way of Virginia sports betting passing the legislature this session.
A lone paragraph in a 15-page Virginia sports betting bill substitute is raising questions about the influence of pro leagues.
After hearings in the Senate and House it's clear most Maryland sports betting proponents are behind a bill that would offer multiple online licenses.
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...