- Oklahoma legislatures asks state Supreme Court to deny rehearing of invalid compacts
- Four tribes sue federal government over decision to approve gaming compacts
- Sports betting on hold until all legal issues around gaming compacts are settled
Oklahoma’s legislative leaders have asked the state’s Supreme Court to deny Governor Kevin Stitt’s request for a rehearing of a case that invalidated two tribal gaming compacts that included sports betting.
Stitt asked the Oklahoma Supreme Court to revisit its July 21 decision that invalidated two compacts he signed with the Comanche Nation and Otoe-Missouria Tribe earlier this year.
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