Two lawmakers of Ohio have announced a new measure to see sports betting legalized in the state.
Two lawmakers from the Northeast region of Ohio have announced they are sponsoring a new bill that will work to see sports betting legalized in the state. Back in May, the United States Supreme Court decided to strike down PASPA, which leaves the decision-making process of offering sports betting to the individual states. Now, many states are moving to get in on the action, with Delaware and New Jersey already offering such wagering options. Senate Bill 316 was introduced yesterday, with two sponsors, Senator John Eklund and Senator Sean O’Brien.
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