Nashville Chancellor Patricia Moskal Rules Tennessee Education Lottery Can’t Hold Hearing Against Action 24/7 on Previously Addressed Matter

Nashville Chancellor Patricia Moskal ruled Monday that members of the Tennessee Education Lottery (TEL)  do “not have the unilateral right” to take punitive measures against the Tennessee-based Action 24/7 concerning a matter she’s already ruled upon. Action 24/7 officials operate an online sports-betting site based out of the Volunteer State.

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Tennessee Education Lottery Pursues New Tactic Against Action 24/7

Rebecca Hargrove, Tina Hodges

Members of the Tennessee Education Lottery (TEL) are still pursuing a case against Action 24/7, even though a Nashville judge last month restrained the regulatory agency from hurting the company’s revenue stream further. But TEL members are now maneuvering against the company in another way.

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Action 24/7 Fights Suspension in Chancery Court

The judge overseeing the case involving the Tennessee-based Action 24/7 reportedly will work as quickly as she can to determine whether the Tennessee Education Lottery (TEL) should reinstate Action 24/7’s sports gaming operator license. This, because of the loss of revenue the company is experiencing during the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s “March Madness” basketball tournament, according to LegalSportsReport.com

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