New Hampshire legislature approves mobile and land-based sports betting bill; Major League Baseball's data pitch to Vegas sportsbooks revealed.
The minor changes on the bill will pave way for House to scrutinize the amendment made by Senate.
A bill that would allow casinos in the state has had difficulty ever since it was introduced and has now been killed almost permanently.
New Hampshire isn’t exactly chomping at the bit to introduce sports gambling, but there are several bills trying to make it happen.
Growing tired of their back and forth story, a federal judge wants the DOJ to step up with a new opinion, because there’s a lot on the line.
A bill authorizing regulated sports gambling is making its way through the legislative obstacle course and, if it clears the Senate, will be able to move forward at a rapid pace.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has filed a memorandum in a request to dismiss New Hampshire's wire act lawsuit.
Lawmakers in the two states have been busy trying to get different gambling bills approved and their hard work is now paying off.
The iDea Growth trade association has submitted a challenge to the new interpretation of the Wire act in New Hampshire courts.
New Hampshire's state lottery files legal challenge of US Department of Justice's new opinion on the scope of the 1961 Wire Act.