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Sports Betting - Supreme Court to hear arguments on federal sports gambling ban

Wednesday, November 29, 2017  
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Oral arguments in Christie v. NCAA are scheduled for Dec. 4. A ruling by the high court is not expected until next year.


In the case, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wants the Supreme Court to find the Professional and Amatuer Sports Protection Act, or PASPA, unconstitutional. The law, New Jersey argues, usurps a state’s right to regulate sports wagering and allows it in four “grandfathered” states.


The NCAA and major sports leagues oppose lifting the ban. In briefs they argue PASPA adheres to the Constitution and the 10th Amendment and does not “commandeer” regulatory power by states. Read more..


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