2 Gambling Issues That May Change After Sports Bet Ruling

Law360 (June 1, 2018, 12:48 PM EDT) -- It may not have been on anyone’s mind when Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association[1] was called for argument in the U.S. Supreme Court last Dec. 4, but that was one day short of the 84th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition.[2] Will the Murphy decision, opening the door to much broader legal gambling in the United States, be as important a societal turning point as the repeal of Prohibition?

There are differences, of course — most notably, that Murphy was a court decision, not the legislative action of two-thirds of the states — but there are striking parallels, too. The...

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