Ohio Sports Betting
In March 2019, Gov. Mike DeWine declined to include Ohio sports betting revenue in his budget proposal, but said he expected it to be operational by the end of the two-year budget period.
In April 2019, Ohio lawmakers introduced a new bill to legalize and tax sports betting in Ohio, in which the proceeds would pay for education and running the program under the state lottery.
Under the proposal, sport bettors could place in-person wagers in state casinos and racinos, as well as at veterans and fraternal organizations. The bill does not include online or mobile bets.
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