On Wednesday, the Michigan House sent legislation that would legalize online casino and online/mobile sports betting to the Senate.
A short hearing in Lansing on Tuesday included an olive branch to the governor, but it's unclear if it will be enough.
The Gun Lake Casino, which has "social" sports betting in partnership with Rush Street Interactive, announced a $100 mm expansion project.
Ohio State wants lawmakers in Columbus to enact a ban on collegiate wagering. The prohibition would send money flowing into Michigan.
September was an especially lackluster month for the Detroit casino market, but how much of it was due to Indiana's new sportsbooks?
A new version of the Michigan sports betting plan was released Friday, and there are some changes to the proposal introduced on Sept. 4.
In the event that there's no state budget at the end of the month, the Michigan Lottery will have to suspend ticket sales and online play.
If and when Michigan legalizes sportsbooks, could the last 30-game winner in MLB history, one with a gambling past, be a ceremonial bettor?