Michigan lawmaker says governor won't engage with him on iGaming but admits that dropping online slots might move the rest of the package forward.
The Michigan Treasury is requesting that online slots be removed from internet gaming legislation, while nearly doubling the recommended fees and taxes.
Michigan Rep. Brandt Iden is working on changes to his package of online gambling bills that he hopes will quell the concerns of the administration.
Michigan Sen. Curtis Hertel, who played a key role in getting the Lawful Internet Gaming Act passed last year, has a family connection to the...
It took all winter, but Michigan Rep. Brandt Iden has reintroduced his vetoed online gambling bill, which is scheduled for its first consideration.