- Mar 18, 2019
Senate Bill 111 was introduced last week to start that discussion, authorizing existing Ohio Casino Control Commission to regulate sports betting and to impose a tax on it. But that is just the beginning of the process.Read More . . .
Any chance of sports gambling making it to Maryland this year is officially dead. A bill that would have allowed the activity in the state will not be considered before the end of the legislative season, which means Marylanders will now have to wait at least two years before they can legally start making sports wagers in the state.Read More . . .
Rhode Island this week expanded legalized sports betting, paving the way for gamblers to make wagers online. The move by Rhode Island caught the attention of Connecticut lawmakers, who are struggling over how to implement gambling in their state.Read More . . .
After striking out to ban Spring Training wagers, MLB is now lining-up to protect your regular season baseball bets.Read More . . .
Lawmakers in Tennessee are attempting to bring sports gambling to the state. They have been discussing a bill that would allow local jurisdictions to hold votes on the matter in order to decide their own gambling destiny, but there has been some resistance from the top.Read More . . .
Rhode Island lawmakers approved a bill Tuesday to allow sports betting to move online, sending it to the governor’s desk. Rhode Island is the only New England state that allows sports betting, but currently bets must be placed in person at the Twin River casinos in Lincoln and Tiverton.Read More . . .