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All 50 states are now free to sponsor gambling on sporting events. In a 6-3 ruling May 14, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a... [Read More]
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This week the Supreme Court ruled in favor of an issue that seems to be nearing a tipping point in terms of public acceptance: sports... [Read More]
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The best of the week of editorial cartoons... [Read More]
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For sports leagues and gambling industries, the imminent expansion of legalized sports betting promises a bonanza. For the ... [Read More]
Twin River and the state's taxpayers stand to win big now that a proposal to relax rules against gambling on sports has backing from the... [Read More]
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Just like it did three decades ago in regard to casinos, West Virginia is getting a relatively quick start out of the gate in the... [Read More]
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Risking money on the athletic performance of teenagers: What could go wrong, other than literally everything? Betting on college sports is a bad... [Read More]
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Twin River Chairman John Taylor tells GoLocalProv's News Editor Kate Angle that the sports book experience at Twin River, if approved, will look very different... [Read More]
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The prospect of legal sports betting throughout the United States has prompted a flurry of deals among gambling and technology firms who want a foothold... [Read More]
Andrew Klebanow of Global Market Advisors explains how hefty tax rates could ruin the U.S. sports betting market. [Read More]
Should New York allow sports wagering? Will you be placing your bets if it's legalized? Submit your thoughts. [Read More]
Integrity, legal and technological issues of utmost importance... [Read More]
Could sports betting become a legal activity in Connecticut? [Read More]
NJ sports betting: A $5 million bonus for the Haskell Invitational likely to be linked to future bet        ... [Read More]
Too much time has been wasted already. Let people place their bets in New Jersey by Memorial Day, says Christie. [Read More]
There's a lot of talk about gambling following the Supreme Court ruling on sports betting. [Read More]
Congress has spent years yanking the reins from the hands of local governments. The Supreme Court finally helped give a bit of power back.      ... [Read More]
Gov. Dannel Malloy (D-Conn.) joins MTP Daily to discuss the recent legalization of sports betting and how he is considering implementing it. [Read More]
Louisiana's annual tax revenue from the addition would be about $25 million a year. Nothing to sneeze at, but it doesn't move the needle much... [Read More]
The week in cartoons. [Read More]
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