Michigan prepares for online sports betting by ‘late fall’

Richard S. Kalm, executive director of the Michigan Gaming Control Board, oversaw a public hearing this week to discuss proposed rules for Internet gaming and sports betting. The final proposed laws are expected to be submitted to the Michigan Office of Administrative Hearings and Rules and the Legislative Service Bureau in the coming days, possibly by the end of the month.

From there, the rules go to the state legislature’s Joint Committee on Administrative Rules, with a decision expected in October.

Acquiring and approving licenses, for both tribal and commercial casinos, is the final step, possibly sometime in November.



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