- AP, 4.23.19 – Handful Of US States Are Poised To Legalize Sports Betting
- The number of states allowing sports betting is poised to expand. Governors in Montana and Iowa are considering measures that would allow residents to wager on sports, while Indiana lawmakers are scheduled to approve their own version as early as Wednesday.
- Legal Sports Report, 4.24.19 – Sky-High License Fee A Potential Issue In Illinois Sports Betting Hearing
- Entering Thursday’s second legislative hearing of the year on Illinois sports betting, Rep. Bob Rita has yet to hear any reason why the state can’t fulfill the governor’s request for $200 million upfront in licensing fees.
- AP, 4.24.19 – New Jersey Gov: We Could Be Top US Sports Bet Market By 2020
- New Jersey’s quick growth in sports gambling means it could surpass Nevada next year as the top sports betting market in the United States, its governor said Wednesday.
- Indianapolis Star, 4.23.19 – Hoosiers Could Soon Bet On The Colts, Pacers From Their Phones Under Indiana Bill
- Lawmakers plan to revive language legalizing mobile sports wagering in the final version of the industry-transforming gambling bill. Hoosiers age 21 and older could begin betting on the Colts, Pacers and other professional teams in casinos or on mobile devices throughout Indiana starting in July if House Bill 1015 passes this week.
- Legal Sports Report, 4.24.19 – Indiana Sports Betting Is Very Close, As Legislature Sends Bill To Governor
- The Midwest is moving quickly to adopt sports betting. Indiana passed legislation Wednesday to authorize sports wagering, days after Iowa and Montana passed bills.
- Sports Handle, 4.24.19 – Indiana Legislature Approves Sports Betting Bill, Heads To Governor
- With the minutes ticking down on adjournment, the Indiana General Assembly Wednesday night voted to approve a comprehensive gambling bill that would legalize sports betting, both at bricks-and-mortar facilities and on mobile devices statewide.
- Monroe News Star, 4.24.19 – Sports Betting Bill Clears Louisiana Senate Panel
- Louisianans may be able to bet on Super Bowl LIV in their home state casinos and racetracks if the Legislature approves a bill that cleared its first hurdle here Tuesday.
- WAFB, 4.24.19 – Sports Betting Legalization Bill Clears First Hurdle
- A Senate judiciary committee approved a bill Tuesday, April 23 that would allow voters to decide whether sports betting will be legalized in their parishes during the October election.
- AP, 4.23.19 – Sports Betting Bill Will Be Debated By Full Louisiana Senate
- A proposal to legalize sports betting at Louisiana’s casinos and racetracks is advancing in the Senate.
- Legal Sports Report, 4.25.19 – Tennessee Sports Betting Winds Toward Governor’s Desk After Another Contentious Debate
- The twisting road toward legal Tennessee sports betting appears pointed toward the governor’s desk after a whirlwind day at the state legislature.
- AP, 4.23.19 – Sports Betting Coming To Another New Mexico Tribal Casino
- Another New Mexico tribe is gearing up to offer sports betting at its casino. Isleta Pueblo announced Tuesday that its program is expected to open this summer, with USBookmaking serving as the provider.
- Omaha World-Herald, 4.24.19 – Reynolds’ Signature All That’s Needed To Bring Legal Sports Betting To Iowa
- Kim Reynolds so far isn’t saying whether she’ll sign a bill to legalize sports betting in Iowa finished its journey through the Iowa General Assembly Monday.
- Sports Handle, 4.24.19 – New Hampshire Senate Expected To Vote On Sports Betting Within Three Weeks
- New Hampshire moved one step closer Wednesday to legalizing sports betting even as efforts to approve casino gaming in the Granite State remain in question.
- Legal Sports Report, 4.25.19 – Don’t Expect Rhode Island Sports Betting To Go Mobile Anytime Soon
- Despite approving mobile RI sports betting this legislative session, the state does not plan to launch its app for months. A source close to the process tells Legal Sports Report that the goal for Rhode Island sports betting is a fourth-quarter start to mobile wagering.
- US Bets, 4.23.19 – Colorado Lawmaker To Casinos: -120 Lines Are Unfair
- A Colorado sports betting hearing on Monday went well for the recently introduced legislation, as the House Finance Committee approved it by a 9-1 vote. Under the bill, the state’s existing casinos would be allowed to have both retail and mobile sports wagering.