NJ Case Isn't A Panacea For Sports Betting Proponents

By Zachary Zagger (March 27, 2017, 4:29 PM EDT) -- The U.S Supreme Court could resolve a states' rights issue if it takes up New Jersey's challenge to the federal sports betting ban, but sports betting proponents may be out of luck since it's unlikely the justices will issue an opinion that enables setting up a federal betting system.

In a surprise move earlier this year, the high court called on the Trump administration's Solicitor General to weigh in on whether to take New Jersey's latest petition in its long-running efforts to legalize sports betting. The move came after the commissioners of some professional sports leagues, which have fought New Jersey,...

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