The following article can be found in its original form at this link from The Missouri Times:
The Missouri Times: Tim Jensen, April 7, 2017
In 2016, the Missouri legislature was refreshingly proactive in becoming one of the first states to regulate and tax fantasy sports. At first glance, the passage of legislation was great news for fantasy sports companies — not just the big names you know, like DraftKings and FanDuel, but also Missouri small business owners like me.Read more
The following article can be found in its original form at this link from The Meadville Tribune:
The Meadville Tribune: John Finnerty - CNHI News Service, March 9, 2017
In the coming days, sports fans will be busily filling out college basketball brackets and watching spring training for the latest news to fill the rosters of their fantasy baseball teams.Read more
Nebraska Legislature bill endorsed by Fan Duel, DraftKings would hurt small fantasy sports companies, critics say
The following article can be found in its original form at this link from the Omaha World-Herald:
Omaha World-Herald: Joe Duggan, February 19, 2017
LINCOLN — Fantasy sports has traditionally been a hobby for sports geeks.
A dozen or so friends get together, draft teams made up of professional athletes and track the players’ real-life statistics to compete for bragging rights, maybe a plastic trophy or even a few hundred bucks.Read more
The following article can be found in its original form at this link from the Scottsbluff Star-Herald:
Scottsbluff Star-Herald: Adrian Jania, February 1, 2017
LINCOLN - The increasing popularity of fantasy sports in Nebraska has drawn attention from lawmakers in the form of a bill to regulate the online games. The bill, LB 469, proposed by Sen. Tyson Larson of O'Neill, would create the Fantasy Contests Act.Read more
The following article can be found in its original form at this link from the US Poker:
US Poker: Steve Ruddock, October 19, 2016
The hearing will be live streamed here.
The committee will discuss online gambling and daily fantasy sports.
Rep. John Payne is the Chairman of the GO Committee.
We’ve provided several links to get you caught up on the current situation in Pennsylvania.Read more
Capitol News Service: Mike Vaslinda, August 10, 2016
CHICAGO -- Fantasy sports leagues are a $150 billion per year industry nationwide, and Florida lawmakers at a national conference in Chicago are getting an earful from the industry.Read more