Maine Gambling Control Unit chief returns to work after suspension for inappropriate tweets
Maine's Gambling Control Unit chief, Milt Champion, returns to work following a weeklong suspension for sending inappropriate tweets
Milt Champion, the chief of Maine's Gambling Control Unit, has resumed his duties after serving a weeklong suspension without pay due to sending inappropriate tweets from his personal account.
The suspension was a result of an investigation conducted by the Public Safety Commission.
Champion apologized for his actions and acknowledged the error in judgment.
The Gambling Control Unit is currently developing regulations for sports betting, which was legalized in May 2022.
The unit has released proposed regulations and is reviewing stakeholder comments.
In addition to the suspension, Champion will undergo harassment training and issue apologies on social media.