Three players were suspended indefinitely for betting on NFL games in the 2022 season, while two others received six-game suspensions for betting on non-NFL games at a league facility.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: We now know the winners and losers from Crossover Day. Sports betting falls short, but our panel breaks down what remains.
Some two dozen people were charged with domestic terrorism in response to violence at the planned police training facility.
Georgia lawmakers are pushing bills that would allow sports betting and horse race betting without a state constitutional amendment. They argue such gambling be legal under the authority of Georgia's state lottery. The House bill would allow sports betting only.
Thursday on Political Rewind: During a police clearing of a proposed Atlanta training facility, a Georgia state trooper was shot and a protestor was shot and killed. Few details are currently public and the GBI is investigating the site.
Our panel has the latest from "Cop City" and more.
Gambling legislation could find a friendlier audience in the state legislature this session.
A poll of likely Georgia voters found more support for casino gambling than online sports gambling.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Our panel looks at polled responses in yesterday's poll from GPB News, the AJC, and the Georgia News Collaborative. Voters were asked about a variety of hot-button issues. Plus, a new poll from Quinnipiac says the governor's race is too close to call.
Friday on Political Rewind: While President Biden loses support from many Democrats, Stacey Abrams and Sen. Raphael Warnock haven't disavowed him yet. Meanwhile, Gov. Brian Kemp attacked federal spending packages he says drove inflation, but he also spent federal funds to win voters' favor.
Monday on Political Rewind: Barring another delay, Rudy Giuliani is scheduled to appear before the Fulton Co. special grand jury this week. Plus, Abrams proposes legalizing gambling to fund education. But first, a federal judge rejects Lindsey Graham's appeal in a Fulton County probe. #gapol
With the economy, fears of inflation, and the constant blame of President Joe Biden’s policies tagged to Democrats across America during the midterm election season, Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams unveiled her economic plan.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: As both Kemp and Abrams turn to economic issues, Kemp plans to unveil a tax refund for Georgians, funded by the state's surplus. And while much about the Mar-a-Lago search is unknown, GOP figures nationwide are using it to motivate their base. But first, Greg Bluestein provides a breaking update from the Abrams campaign.
The U.S. military runs more than 3,000 slot machines on U.S. military bases overseas even though the rate of problem gamblers in the military is thought to be around twice that the general population.
NPR's Scott Simon talks about a cricket-match scam in an Indian village. Russian gamblers were duped. The scam is now under investigation.
Georgia voters could decide in November whether they want to allow betting on sports and horse racing, as well casino gambling. A state House committee on Monday passed a proposed constitutional amendment, as well as a bill that would legalize sports betting on college and pro sports.
The NFL said Ridley placed several bets last November while he was taking a break from football. It found no evidence that Ridley had inside information or that his team knew he had placed the bets.