- Regulator says sports-betting bill still possible in 2020
- Three of four bill sponsors leaving legislature this year
- Senate and House set to meet through late December
A key official with Ohio’s casino gaming regulator said this week that if he were to set odds on the state passing sports-betting legislation before year’s end, he would call it a “pick-em.”
“It’s really not leaning one way or the other at this point,” said Matt Oyster, general counsel and director of licensing and investigations for the Ohio Casino Control Commission (OCCC).
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