Vermont sports betting bill amended and heads back to House for confirmation
Vermont's online-only sports betting bill H127 has been passed by the state Senate with some amendments and is set to head back to the House for confirmation
The Vermont Senate has passed an amended version of the state's sports betting bill H127, which will now be sent back to the House for confirmation.
The new version includes an additional licence fee, and removes the advertising spend limit, while the law mandates operators to pay a $500,000 fee in their first year, with additional contributions required for up to three years.
Vermont residents are expected to be able to access online offerings by January 2024 if the law is passed.