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Sports betting

Sports odds listed on a board in Las Vegas.

West Virginia Lottery Director Alan Larrick said he’s optimistic that sports betting could be up and running at the state’s five casinos within 90 days after a favorable ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court overturning a federal law barring sports betting in most jurisdictions.

“In a perfect world, we could hopefully be up and running by late summer,” Larrick said after Wednesday’s Lottery Commission meeting.

Reach Phil Kabler at philk@wvgazettemail.com, 304-348-1220 or follow @PhilKabler on Twitter.

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