Democratic Governor Janet Mills of Maine is not convinced of the accuracy of the 20-10 vote last week in the state's Senate to overturn her veto of a bill to establish an open licensing regime for online sports betting.
“I understand there was some controversy about it; about whether someone’s vote was cast accurately; whether or not they were allowed to reconsider,” Mills told VIXIO GamblingCompliance on Saturday during the annual winter meeting of the National Governors Association in Washington, D.C.
The Maine Senate’s vote last Thursday just barely met the two-thirds majority required for an override.
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