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Tennessee Taking the Next Step in Sports Betting Legalization

Two weeks ago, Tennessee was discussing whether or not a sports betting bill should be brought to a vote before the state’s House. Now, the House has finished discussing the matter and rendered a decision. In a very close 58-37 tally, the bill was in fact approved. Now that the …

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Tennessee Approves Sports Bill, New Mexico Adds Another Tribal Casino

Both Tennessee and New Mexico have made significant moves in the interest of sports betting on Wednesday. Tennessee had a controversial bill approved by vote in the state House, while a tribe in New Mexico has announced their plans to open a casino that will accept sports wagers. Here’s what …

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Sports Gaming Bill Advancing in Tennessee

The Tennessee Sports Gaming Act (House Bill 1) has passed a vote that’ll push it up to the Operations Committee of the Government. If it is approved there, it’ll be finally passed up to the House for a decision. Representatives have been trying for weeks now to get a sports …

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Sports Betting Updates for New York, Tennessee, and Florida

Legislative sessions have been quite busy this year when it comes to bills regarding sports gambling. More than ⅔ of the states in the country have proposed some form of bill leading towards expansion of gambling for sports within their state. Read on to catch the latest news for sports …

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Tennessee Sports Betting Faces Opposition Ahead Of Next Weeks Vote

Tennessee had its most advanced discussion of legalizing sports betting in the state on Tuesday. However, some major issues still remain ahead of a potential vote in the coming weeks. The legislation, or House Bill 1, was originally written to allow for statewide mobile wagering as well as limited brick-and-mortar …

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Tennessee One Step Closer To Legal Sports Betting

The plan to legalize sports betting in Tennessee cleared one of its first obstacles last week when a House subcommittee advanced the measure. This marked the first major development for the legislation since it was pre-filed in November of 2018. House Bill 1, as the legislation is known, would allow …

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