- Oklahoma Supreme Court rules tribal gaming compacts "invalid" under state law
- Governor says court's ruling highlights apparent conflict between federal and state law
- Court ruling means sports betting remains illegal in Oklahoma
The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Tuesday invalidated gaming compacts that Republican Governor Kevin Stitt signed with two tribes that would have allowed them to build new casinos, expand dice and table games at their casinos, as well as offer retail sports betting.
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