Massachusetts has finally passed a bill that will allow sports betting, but with one major exception.

Legalize sports betting

Massachusetts finally approved sports betting after a long battle with the House. The Massachusetts Senate passed legislation for it to become law, which signifies that one of America’s most famous states will be legalizing this new form of gambling next year!

The Illinois State Senate rejected a bill that would have allowed betting on college sports, which is unusual because most states with legalized gambling allow it. The only exception was Indiana where they were already operating under temporary legislation from earlier this year when Governor Holcomb signed off for an additional two weeks so his administration could study how best to regulate wagers involving IPL games or other professional leagues until 2022 at least – but even then there were some tweakings necessary before all elements fell into place again just months later!

The Massachusetts Senate has passed a bill that would legalize sports betting throughout our great state. This is an estimated $35m in annual tax revenue we can’t refuse, and with only the House left to vote on it now—they’re likely going home for Christmas soon!

“The three key goals of this bill are maximizing revenue, promoting economic development and establishing the strongest consumer protection measures. I think we’ve hit all those targets!”

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.The Senate has passed a bill which would prevent bettors from using credit cards to place bets. The new rule allows people who are responsible gamblers and wish for increased self-control over their gambling, as well as those interested in becoming more cautious with money spent on this pastime of theirs.
The measure now moves onto Governor Malloy’s desk where he will undoubtedly sign it into law!

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