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A lone paragraph in a 15-page Virginia sports betting bill substitute is raising questions about the influence of pro leagues.
It could be a few more months until Washington, DC sports betting is officially open and live throughout the nation's capital.
Last week included news that another state could legalize sports betting before the end of the year, new bills with familiar foes and a shakeup...
Jack Evans wheeled and dealed his greasy DC sports betting contract through the district's council against most logic last year.
Sports betting in the nation's capital will take a big step next week as Washington DC opens the licensing process Tuesday.
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.
A sportsbook will appear inside a professional sports venue for the first time in the United States, thanks to a new deal struck on Thursday.
Here are some of the most memorable -- and lamentable -- storylines involving state lawmakers and sports betting bills throughout 2019
Now that the DC sports betting contract is approved, preparations for launch can begin in earnest in the District of Columbia.
There appears to be a lot of smoke generated when the Washington DC Council and Intralot link up, even if there's not an obvious fire...