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The South Dakota Senate passed a sports betting bill out of the chamber Tuesday with 32 people voting yes and two voting no.  The bill follows the will of the voters, who approved a sports betting measure last November.  SB 44 limits sports betting to in person casinos in Deadwood.  This bill also limits betting to just professional sports.  Betting on high school, amateur and college sports will  not be allowed.  The state will charge a 9 percent tax on gaming revenues that are not paid out in wins.  The bill now heads to the house where it will be assigned a committee. 

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