Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. wants to clear up any confusion regarding his position on the issue of commercial fantasy sports gaming.Read More »
Daily fantasy sports leagues in Maryland should have been placed on the ballot in 2012, and state legislators now need to clarify whether the popular sports betting sites are legal, according to an attorney general’s advisory letter. The 22-page letter ...Read More »
Miller, who voted for the law nearly four years ago, made his comments during a wide-ranging interview and at a time when he has requested an advisory letter on the legality of the industry from the counsel to the General Assembly.Read More »
Two of the largest fantasy sports websites in the country have joined forces in Maryland to mobilize players in Maryland as officials look to determine whether or not the industry should be considered illegal gambling under Maryland law.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A glance at some measures approved by the Maryland General Assembly so far: SEPTIC SYSTEM LIMITATIONS The legislature passed a watered-down version of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s proposal to limit where new residential septic systems can be located, especially ...
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ANNAPOLIS — Score one for the fantasy coaches. The House of Delegates passed a bill Monday that would exempt fantasy games like “Fantasy Football” from prohibitions against betting, wagering and gambling in state law. The vote was 114-16. The measure ...Read More »