Industry News of the Day for March 3, 2020

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  • Sports Handle, 3.3.20 – Sports Betting Continues Its March Through Washington State
    • The Washington Senate’s Ways and Means Executive Committee kept a tribal-only sports betting measure moving forward Monday, but not before it considered 15 amendments, many of which would have added commercial sports betting at card rooms.

Sports League News:


  • Sports Handle, 3.3.20 – New Massachusetts Sports Betting Amendment Keeps Legalization Hopes Alive
    • A new amendment to Massachusetts H366, which was filed in 2019, is circulating on Beacon Hill and was filed just in time for beat a Feb. 28 deadline to keep hopes for legal sports betting alive in the Bay State.
  • Gambling Compliance, 3.3.20 – Massachusetts Bill No Sure Bet, Say Lawmakers (subscription paywall)
    • Massachusetts could start fielding bets by football season, if a top House lawmakers has her way, but a recently released sports wagering bill will first have to clear some potentially thorny legislative hurdles.
  • Patch, 3.2.20 – Here’s What Legal Sports Betting Could Look Like In Massachusetts
    • State lawmakers gave the first glimpse of what sports betting in Massachusetts could look like when they released legislation Friday that had been under consideration by a committee for nearly a year.
  • Taunton Daily Gazette, 3.3.20 – Branches Taking Different Paths On Sports Betting
    • More than a year in the making, the first bill to legalize sports betting in Massachusetts emerged from a joint House-Senate committee Friday and took one step closer to becoming reality.



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