New Hampshire bill heads back to House with Senate amendments

31 May 2019

The New Hampshire Senate has passed an amended version of a bill to legalise sports betting in the state, with the House of Representatives now set to look at the legislation with a view of passing it on to the Governor for signature.

HB480, which sets out plans to regulate sports betting in-person, online and via mobile, has been discussed and amended in the Senate on a number of occasions in recent weeks as lawmakers look to nail down regulatory measures.

Last week, the Senate Finance Committee granted the bill an ‘ought to pass with amendment’ recommendation based on several amendments, and the Senate has now approved these and also new changes tabled by Senator Bob Giuda.

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