In late August, the Internal Revenue Service handed down a memo in which it determined that daily fantasy sports are, in the agency's determination.
Ohio lawmakers can't even agree on whether to wear masks in the Statehouse. Can sports betting legislation pass in this toxic environment?
Tribes want iGaming now, during the coronavirus pandemic, but governor Lamont is not willing to allow it through executive order.
The financial and public health crisis has sent state legislatures scrabbling and likely means the end of the road for sports betting bills.
The Magnolia State will once again take a crack at expanding sports betting to legal online/mobile, but the chances of passage are unclear.
By the slimmest margin needed, the Maine Senate overrode Governor Mills' veto of a sports betting bill, moving it closer to legalization.
States earmark very little money to help those with some form of gambling addiction, but even those funds aren't fully utilized.
It appears all options are on the table for Kentucky expanding its gambling industry in 2020. Will the legislature act?