Posted on: September 18, 2022, 11:46h. Last updated on: September 19, 2022, 12:22h. Steve Bittenbender Read More A plurality of Minnesota residents says the Great Lakes state should legalize sports betting. That’s according to survey results released Sunday by three media outlets in the state. The Minnesota Twins team logo
Posted on: May 20, 2022, 01:03h. Last updated on: May 20, 2022, 01:51h. Minnesota sports betting legislation advanced in a Senate committee this week. But with only days remaining before the state legislature is to adjourn for 2022, the odds are slim that gambling will be expanded this year. Minnesota
Posted on: May 13, 2022, 07:56h. Last updated on: May 13, 2022, 07:57h. Minnesota sports betting discussions continue in Saint Paul, but the clock is ticking on the Legislature’s 2022 session. Minnesota Senate Major Leader Jeremy Miller during a 2021 legislative session. Miller hopes to get a sports betting bill
Minnesota bill HF778 seeking to legalize sports betting has cleared a third committee. The proposal passed out of the House Judiciary, Finance and Civil Law Committee on Thursday by a 9-6 vote, and now heads to the Taxes Committee. The legislation, sponsored by Rep. Zack Stephenson, seeks to permit statewide
The Minnesota Racing Commission is pleased to welcome David Koob as its newest member. Koob was appointed by Governor Tim Walz and Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan effective March 7, 2022. Koob has over twenty years of civil and regulatory litigation experience and is currently employed by the prestigious Donna Law
Minnesota lawmakers are set to make another push to legalize sports betting in the state after previous attempts, one of which was in November 2021, failed. The push for sports betting is now gaining massive momentum as a bipartisan legalization effort was announced on Wednesday. The Proposal on Sports Betting
Over $600,000 was awarded to horse breeders in 2021 by the Minnesota Breeders’ Fund for the achievements of Minnesota-bred horses in 2021, continuing the decades-long tradition of reward and recognition. The Minnesota Racing Commission (“MRC”) administers the Minnesota Breeders’ Fund, which pays awards to the breeders of Minnesota-bred horses who are registered with the MRC.
A woman from Minnesota will avoid a prison sentence after agreeing to repay restitution for the $40,000 she reportedly stolen from the Garrison Fire Department Relief Association in the state and used the money to gamble. The woman admitted guilt and has received leniency in the matter. However, her freedom will be contingent on