- Legislature extends session through end of 2020
- Standalone sports-betting bill could be brought up as early as October, lobbyist says
- House plan permits up to seven online operators, including casinos, DFS operators, and two others
On the verge of being scrapped, a long-debated proposal to legalize sports betting in Massachusetts has won a new lease on life amid an extension of the state legislative session until the end of the year.
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