Ohio lawmakers on Tuesday hosted two meetings as the first step to crafting passable sports betting legislation. The meetings, hosted by senators John Eklund and Sean O’Brien (D-District 32), left Eklund feeling like lawmakers are on the right path. “We’re
In the first half of the year, midwestern states in general weren’t able to legalize sports betting, but some began to lay the groundwork for passable legislation to be crafted. For Illinois, Michigan and Ohio lawmakers, the summer months were
Ohio state senator John Eklund (R-District 18) had an “aha! moment” with regards to sports betting earlier this year. “At one point, I may have had a preconceived notion” about what sports betting in Ohio would look like, Eklund said.
More questions than answers are the result of two Ohio lawmakers initiating the process on Thursday of establishing a framework for sports betting in the Buckeye State. Senate Bill 316 was introduced by Sens. John Eklund, a Munson Township Republican,
Surrounded on all borders by states that already have or soon will move to legalize sports wagering, Ohio finally jumped into the ring last week when state Senator Joe Schiavoni (D-Boardman) announced that he will put forth an Ohio sports
- New Jersey’s December Sports Betting Handle Drops $10 Million; $1.25 Billion Handle In 2018 January 14, 2019 It's a slight but understandable dip from November, attributable to weather, less football and some nearby competition.
- Inside Look At Delaware North’s West Virginia Mobile App And Brick-and-Mortar Launches January 4, 2019 A look at the West Virginia sports betting scene and the . thinking behind the first sportsbook to go live on mobile apps/online.
- Two North Dakota Lawmakers Set to File Sports Betting Bills January 7, 2019 Neither will address mobile sports in their bills, as both believe they have the best chance of getting sports betting legalized with as few "frills"…