Alabama bill heads to Senate after vote passed

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The gambling legislation proposal in Alabama has moved to the state’s Senate after passing a key vote.

As reported by the Associated Press, the measure passed on a 70-32 vote.

The bill, which would allow as many as 10 casino sites, set up a new Alabama Gaming Commission and cover sports wagering and statewide lottery, now needs approval in the Senate to be put to voters at a November general election.

“The people want a chance to vote. If they vote for it, good. If they vote against it, that’s their choice. But at least they’ve got a voice,” House Speaker Nathaniel Ledbetter said after the vote.

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