Iowa Becomes 11th State In US To Allow Sports GamblingIowa is the only Midwestern state with legalized sports betting. Indiana is set to start next month, and Illinois has approved it but could be several months away from startup because rules are still being drafted.
Sports Betting, Casualty Of Last Minn. Capitol Session, Now Legal In 13 StatesThe state of Illinois has legalized sports betting, joining a growing number of states turning to gambling to raise tax revenues.
Iowa Legalizes Sports BettingBetting is limited to people 21 years and older and would be done through the state's 19 casinos.
Tribes Emerge As Key Players In Debate Over Sports Betting
Reality Check: The Odds Of Sports Betting Coming To MinnesotaJust like every year, March Madness is taking over offices all over America in the form of Final Four brackets. But this year, there's a twist.
Bill To Legalize Sports Betting In Minnesota Clears 1st HurdleMinnesota's 11 tribes oppose the bill. The Minnesota Indian Gaming Association says expanding off-reservation gambling would threaten revenues that tribes need.
Minnesota 1 Of 30 States Trying To Legalize Sports BettingMinnesota lawmakers are making a move to legalize sports betting. A bill allowing Minnesotans to make bets on games will be introduced Wednesday.
Caesars Entertainment Becomes First NFL Casino SponsorThe NFL has announced a partnership with Las Vegas based casino Caesar's Palace, the first such sponsorship in league history.
How SCOTUS' Sports Betting Ruling Could Affect MinnesotaA report estimated that Minnesota could make $128 million in revenue on sports betting per year if it happened strictly in places like casinos.
Supreme Court Makes Sports Betting A Possibility Across The U.S.Minnesota sports fans may not have go to Las Vegas to place a bet on their favorite teams.
SCOTUS Strikes Down Federal Law On Sports BettingOne research firm estimated before the ruling that if the Supreme Court were to strike down the law, 32 states would likely offer sports betting within five years.