Minnesota betting bill returns to Commerce, Finance and Policy committee

| By Marese O'Hagan
A bill that aims to introduce sports wagering in Minnesota has been amended further and re-referred to the House Commerce, Finance and Policy Committee.

House Bill 167 was first introduced on 19 January, but initially did not concern sports betting. It is sponsored by representative Zack Stephenson and representative John Huot.

The Commerce Finance and Policy committee first amended the bill earlier this month, effectively turning it into a sports wagering bill.

The bill has now been amended by the Human Services Finance and Policy committee and adopted in its new form.

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