Michigan’s iGaming bill has passed both legislative houses and now goes to Governor Rick Snyder for approval.

The iGaming bill was introduced in 2017 and first approved by the House in June by a margin of 68 to 40. It was approved by the Committee on Government Operations on Thursday, followed by passage through the Senate by a vote of 33 to 5. The House passed the bill in the early hours of Friday morning (Dec. 21) by a vote of 71 to 35.

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