Comprehensive gaming, lottery bill appears to be dead for this session

05.07.21 – In this article, Brandon Moseley of the Alabama Political Reporter reports that the Alabama House did not vote on the bill to provide Alabama citizens with the opportunity to vote on a constitutional amendment to legalize the lotteries and casinos. A summary of the article is contained in the following quote: “…During the day, negotiations between the House leadership and House Democrats on the comprehensive gambling bill collapsed, and the measure never came to the floor of the house for consideration — neither did a simple lottery, which was the fallback position of House leadership.”

To review the full article, please access it at the following link location: https://www.alreporter.com/2021/05/07/comprehensive-gambling-lottery-bill-appears-to-be-dead-for-the-session/

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