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    Governor Sununu signed a bill that allows small businesses to create 100s of very lightly regulated Keno rooms. The NH gambling age of 18 years old remains in place.

    The Governor also signed another bill, HB 164, a bill that allows home poker games.
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    New Hampshire Maintains Legislative Momentum For Online Lottery Sales
    Steve Ruddock
    July 17, 2017 08:54 PDT @SteveRuddock
    https://www.onlinepokerreport.com/26...nline-lottery/

    Online gaming legalization has been a slog in the United States, but progress is happening.

    Opposition forces and infighting among potential stakeholders have kept online gambling (poker and casino) limited to the three early adopter states of Nevada, Delaware, and New Jersey. Those same forces haven’t been as successful in holding back online lottery.

    When New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu signed his name to a bill authorizing the New Hampshire Lottery to offer online products last month, the Granite State became the fifth to make the leap into online lottery. (It’s the sixth counting Minnesota; the legislature cut short its time as an online lottery state.)

    The other states with legal online lottery are:

    Illinois – Online lottery went live in March 2012
    Georgia – Online lottery went live in November 2012
    Michigan – Online lottery went live in August 2014
    Kentucky – Online lottery went live in April 2016

    NH Lottery Commission Executive Director Charlie McIntyre is targeting early 2018 for a launch date. He doesn’t foresee any issues with online lottery.

    “For us, it’s just an evolution of how we do business,” McIntyre told the Union Leader. “We’re not really selling anything new. We’re just doing it in a different way.”
    Lifetime member of more than 1 national gun organization and the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance. Part of Young Americans for Liberty and Campaign for Liberty. Free State Project participant and multi-year Free Talk Live AMPlifier.

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    The 13 cities in NH voted on whether to allow keno locations to open in 2018. The voters in the cities were split on the issue, but voters in the only two largish cities in NH voted to legalize keno. Voters in around 200 towns will decide during spring elections if they will allow keno where they sleep.

    People are already enjoying the legalization of home poker in NH.

    Small but positive steps towards personal freedom in what is already the freest state in the nation.
    Lifetime member of more than 1 national gun organization and the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance. Part of Young Americans for Liberty and Campaign for Liberty. Free State Project participant and multi-year Free Talk Live AMPlifier.






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