Industry News of the Day for December 3, 2018

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    • Missouri state senator Denny Hoskins (D-District 21) isn’t opposed to a sports betting “integrity fee” — an off-the-top cut of all wagers. He’s just not willing to give it to the professional leagues.
  • Sports Handle, 11.30.18 – Missouri Lawmakers May Put Entertaining New Twist on ‘Integrity Fee’
    • Days after Representative Dean Plocher, (R-District 89) told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that he anticipates sports betting “being out there” for discussion when the Missouri state legislature returns to session in January, Senator Denny Hoskins (D-District 21) is preparing to pre-file a sports betting bill finding an entirely different use for a cut of all wagers that the pro sports leagues have sought to capture.
  • FOX 2 Now, 12.2.18 – Missouri lawmakers to consider legalizing sports betting
    • Missouri lawmakers plan to make another attempt at legalizing sports betting just months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a federal law that has restricted most states from allowing bets on sports.


  • Hays Post, 12.3.18 – Kansas lawmakers begin talks about sports betting
    • Kansas lawmakers will get a crash course in sports gambling this week as they consider how to capitalize on a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in May that lifted a federal ban on it.


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