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    Biloxi and Mississippi have great opportunities to benefit from legalized sports betting, says Geoff Freeman, president of American Gaming Association.

Biloxi and Mississippi have great opportunities to benefit from legalized sports betting, says Geoff Freeman, president of American Gaming Association. Mary Perez meperez@sunherald.com
Biloxi and Mississippi have great opportunities to benefit from legalized sports betting, says Geoff Freeman, president of American Gaming Association. Mary Perez meperez@sunherald.com

States should control sports betting

November 26, 2016 5:00 AM