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This week's recap starts in federal court in New York before taking an extended tour of the Midwest, with new updates from Ohio and Indiana.
An Ohio committee approved an amendment that allows sports leagues to request that the Lottery Commission restrict betting on events and wager types.
This week's recap eventually gets to the launch of online sports betting in Indiana, but not before being sidetracked by two big business deals.
An Ohio lawmaker is prepping minor changes to a sports betting bill with the hope of getting it through the House by early November.
This weekly recap of sports betting news features FanDuel and DraftKings prominently, plus updates from around the map of legislation and regulation.
Ohio Sen. John Eklund contends that the state constitution does not prevent the Casino Control Commission from regulating sports betting.
Gov. Mike DeWine and state lawmakers disagree on who legally can oversee Ohio sports betting, setting up a potential roadblock toward legalization.
A casino representative called any mandate to use official league data a "money grab" that is "in lieu of not being able to get the...
An integrity fee or royalty to sports leagues could face an uphill battle as Ohio sports betting enters the Senate committee process. Requiring the use...
A long-awaited sports betting bill appeared in Ohio on Thursday, marking one of the last major states in the Midwest or Northeast to address the...