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Missouri Lawmakers Set Regulations For DFS Operations Including A Tax Structure

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 28 / 16

Missouri regulators yesterday "signed off on a set of emergency rules laying out how the newly legalized fantasy gambling market will work in the state," according to Kurt Erickson of the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH. The approved provisions include a "prohibition on betting on college, high school or yo...

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