Maryland sports betting bill heads to governor

| By Marese O'Hagan
A bill allowing operators to accept wagers on sporting events, and permitting fantasy sports, will be passed on to Maryland Governor Larry Hogan having passed both houses of the state legislature.
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The bill was approved yesterday (April 12) when the state House of Representatives voted 122-16 after Senate amendments were added to the bill.

Sports betting was approved in Maryland last year after voters backed the measure in a referendum. This followed the bill to organise the referendum passing by a landslide vote from the Maryland senate.

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