Amended Maine sports betting bill passes Senate

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Senate Bill 1352 was first introduced by Senator Louis Luchini in April, but was later amended to bring in a major change to who can receive a licence.

Initially, a commercial racetrack, an off-track betting facility, a slot machine or casino operator or a federally recognised tribe could be licenced, but the new version of the bill would limit licences only to casinos.

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