Sports bets present modest state take

Boston Herald

March 2, 2018

Jordan Graham (Mark Hichar quoted)


Companies with local ties are expected to push for legal sports betting in Massachusetts if the Supreme Court finds a betting ban unconstitutional, but revenue to the state is not expected to be a game changer, according to research from the state Gaming Commission. A white paper released March 1, 2018 estimates Massachusetts could see between $8.6 million and $61.3 million in revenue from various regulatory and tax schemes, less than the revenue expected from the Plainridge Park slots parlor. Partner Mark Hichar provides his legal perspective on this recent development.

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