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NFL Asks Delaware Supreme Court To Block Sports Betting Law
Published May 13, 2009
|Goodell Has Written Delaware Governor
Expressing His Dislike For Betting Proposal
QUICK SENATE APPROVAL: In Delaware, Ginger Gibson reports the state Senate yesterday passed the "controversial gaming bill" by a 17-2 margin. The quick approval was a "stark contrast to the reception it received last week in the House." State Sen. Colin Bonini, one of two dissenting voters, said that he "voted against the bill partially because of the warning from the NCAA" about bowl games (Wilmington NEWS JOURNAL, 5/13).