Michigan House passes Iden’s betting and gaming bills
The Michigan House of Representatives has passed the legislation filed by Representative Brandt Iden to legalize online gaming and sports betting in the state.
The bills progress to the Senate after amended versions were voted through yesterday (October 30). The proposal to regulate online gaming, House Bill 4311, passed with 62 Representatives voting for the bill, and 46 against.
House Bill 4916, the Lawful Sports Betting Act, passed by a vote of 63 for and 45 against.
It follows the pair being approved by the House Ways and Means Committee, which Iden chairs, a day earlier.