NJ Sports Betting Ruling Leaves Fight To Other States

Law360, New York (August 10, 2016, 10:20 PM EDT) -- The Third Circuit once again dealt a blow to New Jersey and sports betting proponents when an en banc panel struck down the state's latest attempt to allow such wagering, and experts say the strongly worded decision leaves the Garden State with few options to continue its yearslong crusade to escape federal restrictions.

New Jersey has tried for more than half a decade to allow sports betting within its borders to give its struggling casino and racetrack industry a boost. The attempts have been denied by the Third Circuit twice before as a violation of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection...

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