- Draft bill circulating among stakeholders includes land-based, mobile sports betting
- Ohio Casino Control Commission would regulate instead of state lottery
- Operators given three skins per property, would be required to use all three
A revised draft bill to legalize sports betting in Ohio represents a compromise between Senate and House sponsors, but sources caution that hurdles still remain for the bill to cross the finish line.
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