Bill introduced in Hawaii would establish state regulator

| By Zak Thomas-Akoo
Democrats in the Hawaiian legislature have introduced a bill which would establish a state body responsible for both regulating and offering gambling activities.
Hawaii

Under the current law, Hawaii is one of two states in the US which have no forms of legalised gambling at all. This includes casinos, sports betting, bingo operations and lotteries.

The proposed bill would seek to change this by establishing the Hawaiian Lottery and Gaming Corporation, which would be charged with the conduct and regulation of gaming operations, including poker and casino games.

However, the law specifically states that this would not extend to sports betting.

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