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This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from February 2020 includes fantasy sports litigation in New York; gaming litigation in Oklahoma and Nebraska; gaming legislation in Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., along with lottery legislation in Alaska and a federal gaming bill in Congress.
This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from September 2018 includes information on tribal gaming in Massachusetts and Maine, a ballot measure in Arkansas, sports-betting legislation in the District of Columbia and Kentucky, gaming litigation in Florida and Pennsylvania, and regulations in Nevada.
The Lottery Modernization Act makes the Washington D.C. Lottery the first lottery in the U.S. authorized to offer cash games of skill and games of chance as well as fantasy sports games over the internet.
As the United States continues to assess the viability of regulated online gambling through both state and federal bills, Indian tribes remain key stakeholders in the discussions over proposed regulation.