Connecticut is offering a chance for people to ban themselves from virtual gambling even before it starts.
There was no public input in the emergency regulations adopted Tuesday, a process chosen by lawmakers and the governor.
The CT House endorsed making casino games, sports betting and lottery sales available to any adult with an internet connection..
Backed by Gov. Ned Lamont, the once-troubled CT Lottery has a shot at online sales — and possibly more.
Connecticut is close to a deal with the tribes over rights to sports betting.
Gov. Ned Lamont declined Friday to use his emergency powers to legalize online gambling during the COVID-19 outbreak,