The launch of Rhode Island mobile sports betting may not happen until the end of the year, but it will likely start long before anything in Massachusetts.
If one grassroots group in Massachusetts gets its way, you may soon be able to bet on sports anywhere Keno is played, including local bars and restaurants.
Massachusetts State Treasurer and Receiver General Deborah Goldberg says if the Massachusetts Lottery does not go online soon, it may become irrelevant.
A Rhode Island lawmaker plans to introduce an online lottery bill on Thursday. The bill is modeled after legislation passed in New Hampshire in 2017.
An RI state Senator discussed the possibility of online gambling during an interview with local news. But he raises more questions than he answers.
MA Treasurer Deb Goldberg warned the legislature to expect declining lottery revenueover the next two years. Online sales could offset the decline though.
Online Lottery champion Jennifer Flanagan is moving from the State Senate to the Cannabis Control Commission, here’s a look at people vying for her seat.
Massachusetts Gov.Charlie Baker thinks the state should take it slow and study the current states with legal online lottery before legislating it.
New Hampshire is preparing to launch keno and online lottery in early 2018. That has Massachusetts officials worried its lottery revenue will dip.
The Massachusetts lottery is installing a new policy that should put an end to the practice of people cashing winning lottery tickets for other people.