NY and CA are prime examples of why all states don’t have sports betting . . . yet

New York and California are prime examples of why all states don’t have sports betting . . . yet Off Shore Gaming Assocation Hartley examines why just a handful of U.S. states have passed sports betting laws, despite the repeal of PASPA nearly seven months ago.

Source: NY and CA are prime examples of why all states don’t have sports betting . . . yet

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