Simon’s bill allows for mobile and internet sports betting throughout Virginia, and bettors would not be required to register for an account in person.
Virginia’s legislative session begins today and now there’s a second sports betting bill on the table, quite different from the first. Here’s a breakdown of what’s inside.
Virginia on Tuesday became the latest state to make an earnest move toward legalizing sports betting in 2019 when Delegate Mark Sickles (D-District 43) prefiled HB 1638 ahead of the opening of the legislative session on Jan. 9, 2019. The bill, which
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