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The DOJ's recent reinterpretation of The Wire Act threatened interstate online gaming, until a judge ruled in favor of the industry Monday.
Will there be fewer scandals in college sports with legal and regulated sports betting? A recent panel at Seton Hall discussed the issue.
New Hampshire was looking out for its own online lottery with its DOJ complaint, but the ramifications apply to all online gaming.
Legal experts offer differing opinions on how far Senator Orrin Hatch's new federal sports betting bill could go.
Despite the popular opinion that Tuesday's passage of a gambling amendment in Florida hurts sports betting, a legal expert says otherwise.
A panel of experts paints a picture of how sports betting legalization could have been handled with more collaboration from all parties.
New York State Senator John Bonacic explains why a sports betting bill didn't pass in 2018 and what it will take to get it done next year.