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The phrase “commercially reasonable terms” has been popping up in sports betting bills across the country as debate rages over mandated official league data usage.
Tennessee sports betting could cost itself nearly $11 million annually in tax revenue by imposing minimum hold requirements on operators.
On Nov. 21, the Tennessee Lottery released its draft sports gambling rules and regulations. The release gave stakeholders and the public until Dec. 23 to...
An Ohio committee approved an amendment that allows sports leagues to request that the Lottery Commission restrict betting on events and wager types.
Here are some of the most memorable -- and lamentable -- storylines involving state lawmakers and sports betting bills throughout 2019
Tennessee officially legalized sports betting on Friday, setting more than one precedent for the young industry in the US.
Iowa is the third US state to legalize sports betting this year, and Tennessee appears likely to add its name to the roster this week.
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...
Tennessee last week became the fourth state to pass a sports betting law in 2019, but the Tennessee sports betting bill is first for the...
The Tennessee legislature passed a unified sports betting bill on Tuesday, sending it to the governor for a final decision.