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Delaware Legislature Approves Sports Gambling Bill

Friday, May 08, 2009

DOVER, Delaware -- As reported by USA TODAY: "The Delaware legislature took the first step toward establishing sports gambling in the state, approving a bill early Friday morning that was opposed
  by every major sports league in the USA along with the NCAA.

"Days after a similar bill failed to garner enough votes in the state's house of representatives, the reworked bill — which gave some concessions to the operators of the state's three casinos — passed by a 30-4 margin. The bill still needs to be approved by the senate then signed by Gov. Jack Markell, who is looking to a sports lottery to help alleviate the state's budget crisis.

"'My administration worked with the leadership in the house and senate to get this done," Markell said in a statement. 'We never stopped fighting to do what was right for the taxpayers of Delaware.'

"Representatives from the casinos described the bill as just as bad as the initial proposal, but Markell said the new bill addresses all the issues. The casinos will be allowed to eventually install table games — only video poker and other electronic gaming are allowed now — and they will get an even split in the sports lottery revenue, up from a smaller chunk the original legislation offered.

"Delaware, Oregon, Nevada and Montana were grandfathered in under a 1992 federal law that precludes states from establishing sports gambling. Delaware had a sports lottery briefly in the 1970s..."

 

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