Bill to drop Sports Action game advances
SALEM (AP) The state lottery’s sports betting game would end in two years, removing an obstacle to attracting National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament games, under a House-passed bill approved Wednesday by the Senate Budget Committee.
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Casino gambling information:
- Gambling became legalized in Vegas in 1931 by Mayme V. Stocker and J.H. Morgan who was issued Clark County Gaming License No. 1.
- Riverboat casinos were first legalized in Iowa, then Illinois, followed closely by Missouri, Indiana, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
- The Great Wall of China was financed, in part, by a lottery. The Bible is replete with references to drawing lots. Lot casting was a favored means of communication between man and god.
- Gaming is now the States' favorite pastime. More individuals gamble than the combined total of those attending movies, sports, music events, theme parks and live entertainment.