Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles added her name Monday to the list of more than 140 women and girls who say they wereÂ sexually abused by USA Gymnastics' longtime team doctor Larry Nassar. "I've felt a bit broken and the more I try to shut off the voice in my head,Â the louder it screams," Biles saidÂ in a statement posted on Twitter. "I'm not afraid to tell my story anymore."
An Indiana Senate bill filed Friday would allow the state's riverboats, racinos and their satellite facilities to offer legal sports betting if federal prohibitions are lifted. SB 405, introduced by Sen. Jon Ford, R-Terre Haute, follows similar bills or laws in at least 10 other states. The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on a case early this year that could open the door for legal sports betting in any state that wants it.
There was a time when former Indiana basketball coach Bob Knight blasted newspapers, declaring that printing sports betting lines was akin to publishing prostitutes' phone numbers and prices. But early this year, the Supreme Court will rule on a case that could open the way for states to legalize sports betting. There is wide acceptance that a seismic shift is coming eventually, even if it takes congressional action, and that's fraught with challenges for Indiana lawmakers.
“If you’re not bringing new people in, you’re not getting new ideas. You’re going to have the same people running the organization and making decisions, year in and year out.”
Story on @usagym Board of Dir resonates on eve of Nassar's state sentencing.
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