House Speaker Tim Moore reflects on trying to push NC casinos through the state budget, thinks plan was destined to fail.
Berger strongly supported casino and sports betting expansion in NC but some voters in his home county oppose his position on legal gambling.
The NC State budget removes the cap on sports betting operators with an eye to MLB expansion and new sports venues.
North Carolina finalizes a state budget that changes the way operators apply for a sports betting license.
After a tense month and a half of casino expansion talks, lawmakers pull the plug on NC casino expansion in 2023.
NC Casino expansion is off in 2023, but if lawmakers renew the debate in 2024 with similar parameters, the state will have casino dead zones.
NCSharp looks at the major changes to North Carolina legal gambling included in the state budget and related legislation.
Republican lawmakers drafted a stand-alone casino and medicaid bill to curry democrat support and finalize a two-months overdue budget.
NCSharp addresses the repercussions caused by forcing casino and VLT expansion into the state budget bill and proposes an alternate path.
Bob Hall, a political watchdog, compiled a lengthy list of sports betting and marijuana lobbyists, some with ties to illegal gambling.