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Majority of States Looking at Daily Fantasy Sports

 Thirty-three states have considered legislation related to daily fantasy sports this year, according to LegalSportsReport.com and LexisNexis State Net legislative data. DFS bills have been passed in four states, including Virginia, which enacted two. DFS measures have also failed in 13 states, but DFS legislation is still pending in 17 states and has already passed the second chamber in three of them, Colorado, Mississippi and Missouri.


Source: LegalSportsReport.com, LexisNexis State Net




DFS bill(s) passed: Indiana, Tennessee, Virginia


DFS bill(s) pending: California (1st chamber), Colorado (2nd chamber), Illinois, Iowa (1st chamber), Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota (1st chamber), Mississippi (2nd chamber), Missouri (2nd chamber), New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont (1st chamber)


DFS bill(s) failed: Alabama, Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Kentucky, Maryland, Nebraska, New Mexico, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin