New US bill calls for federal veto over state sports betting

Operators would also be required to use league data until 2022 under new bill

Utah senator Orrin Hatch has introduced a new federal bill that would give the US government the right to approve new state laws on sports betting. The bill would give the federal Attorney General the power to veto sports betting bills if the proposed laws do not meet minimum standards established by Congress. Under the…

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