Governor Eric Holcomb reportedly on board with sports betting, and Indiana is now one of three states that has sent sports betting bills to their governors.
NH lawmaker says his state won't be pressured by others to act on sports betting until it's good and ready.
Lawmakers concerned about how allowing bets on prep sports would affect athletes.
All eyes on these three central states, which could usher in complete mobile markets. Iowa is closest, only needing a cautious governor's signature. The others will come down to the wire.
Lawmakers are also feeling pressure to keep up with Mississippi, which legalized last summer, and Arkansas, which legalized sports betting in November but hasn't launched yet.
It appears likely that NJ sports bettors will soon be getting a chance to partake of the offerings of one of Las Vegas’ top bookmaking operations when SuperBookUSA debuts on the East Coast.
One of only two legal, launched states without legal mobile, Mississippi continues to leave money on the table.
Local universities testified that they are opposed to legal sports betting on college sports, and gambling opponents say sports betting would just make a bad problem worse.Read more