Effort To Legalize Georgia Sports Betting Brought Back To Life
A Georgia Senate committee approved a substitute to House Bill 237, amending the bill with language to legalize sports betting in Georgia.
How Tenneessee Passed Online Sports Betting Before Georgia
Despite similar profiles, Georgia has not had the same success passing sports betting legislation as Tennessee. We explore why that is.
Georgia Sports Betting May Not Be Dead Yet
Georgia House Speaker Burns indicates Georgia sports betting efforts could possibly be revived before the end of this legislative session.
Georgia Students Miss Out On Financial Aid After Sports Betting Failure
With the failure of all Georgia sports betting legislation, the Georgia HOPE scholarship will miss out on a reliable tax revenue source.
Why Sports Betting Legislation Failed In Georgia And What’s Next
A review of failed Georgia sports betting legislation and a look ahead at 2024 and how lawmakers could renew their focus on gambling expansion.
Sports Betting Lights Go Out In Georgia on Crossover Day
SR 140, which would legalize sports betting by amendment died in the Georgia Senate, leaving one sports betting bill alive in the House.
Senate Bill 57 Fails To Advance Out Of Georgia Senate
SB 57, Bill Hickman’s legislative statute to legalize sports betting, failed to pass the Georgia Senate on Thursday.
Georgia or North Carolina: Which Legalizes Sports Betting First?
Georgia and North Carolina are both trying to legalize sports betting, and North Carolina may have the inside track by a single vote.
Georgia Senate Committee Advances Piece Of Sports Betting Amendment Effort
SB 172, the enabling legislation for Sen. Cowsert’s sports betting amendment, passed through committee, and advances to the Senate floor.
Are Sports Betting Kiosks Coming to Georgia?
SB 57 calls for online and retail sports betting through kiosks. PlayGeorgia explores what Georgians could expect from a retail kiosk market.