The Supreme Court is taking up a case about betting on sports games that has the potential to make the wagering widely available nationwide

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Supreme Court taking up sports betting

- ksat.com
04 Dec 2017
The case the justices are hearing Monday is a result of New Jersey's yearslong effort to bring betting on sports to its casinos and racetracks. New Jersey is challenging a federal law that bars states from authorizing sports gambling. If the Supreme Court strikes down the law, giving sports betting the go-ahead, 32 states would likely offer it within five years, according ...

Supreme Court suggests it may side with New Jersey in sports betting

04 Dec 2017
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican, sat in the front row of the courtroom as the justices debated the case. His state has spent millions of dollars in legal fees trying to legalize sports betting. In 2012, with voters' support, state lawmakers authorized betting on sports at the state's casinos and racetracks. The action was a direct challenge to the federal law, ...
- 6abc.com

Supreme Court sports betting decision a potential 'game

- espn.com
04 Dec 2017
New Jersey may be a first mover, if the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 is lifted, but it's not expected to be the last state to get into the legal bookmaking game. Fifteen states have introduced sports betting legislation in 2017. In addition to New Jersey, Connecticut, Mississippi, New York and Pennsylvania have already passed legislation that ...

AGA supports sports betting regulation in New Jersey

04 Dec 2017
n Monday, December 4, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on New Jersey's challenge (Christie v. National Collegiate Athletic Association) to the constitutionality of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) of 1992. This law effectively bans traditional sports betting outside of Nevada.
- yogonet.com

Justices seem to side with state on sports betting

- route.overnewser.com
04 Dec 2017
The Supreme Court heard oral argument today in New Jersey's challenge to a 1992 federal law that bars states from allowing sports gambling. New Jersey and members of the state's horse-racing industry told the justices that the law violates the Constitution, which the Supreme Court has interpreted to

Time is Now to Legalize Sports Betting in NJ

04 Dec 2017
On Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court began hearing the appeal of a court decision that blocked New Jersey's efforts to bring sports betting to its casinos and race tracks, including Monmouth Park. Currently, only Nevada, Montana, and Oregon offer legal sports betting.
- insidernj.com

Senator predicts New Jersey sports betting win

- tribtoday.com
04 Dec 2017
In this Nov. 30, 2017, photo, a man sits at a cubicle watching a simulcast horse race at the Monmouth Park racetrack in West Long Branch, N.J. With banks of TVs tuned to all-sports stations and a spacious bar, the lounge a the racetrack is a sports gamblers' paradise-in-waiting. All that's standing in its way: A 25-year-old federal law that bars betting on sports in most ...

U S Supreme Court Begins Hearing for New Jersey Sports Betting

04 Dec 2017
New Jersey has spent millions of dollars in legal fees trying to legalize sports betting. In 2012, with voters' support, state lawmakers authorized sports betting at the state's casinos and racetracks. The action was a direct challenge to the federal law, the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act.
- nbcphiladelphia.com

Supreme Court sympathetic to New Jersey, offers mixed messages on PASPA

- cdcgamingreports.com
04 Dec 2017
The justices heard New Jersey's challenge to a federal law that bars states from authorizing gambling in most professional and college sports. If the Supreme Court strikes down the law, giving sports betting the go-ahead, 32 states would likely offer it within five years, according to a report by a California research firm.

Senator predicts New Jersey sports betting win Breaking

04 Dec 2017
Lesniak said after listening to Monday's arguments in Washington that he thinks the court will rule 7-2 or 6-3 in New Jersey's favor. The Democratic lawmaker sponsored the bill that legalized sports betting in the state, prompting a lawsuit from the four major U.S. sports leagues and the NCAA that ultimately made its way to the Supreme Court.
- townhall.com

Christie optimistic after N J pitches U S Supreme Court on sports betting

- nj.com
04 Dec 2017
This case reached the U.S. Supreme Court on appeal from U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia, which threw out a 2014 state law attempting to get around the federal prohibition by allowing New Jersey's casinos and racetracks to offer betting without the state approving or regulating the activity.

New Jersey Takes On Major Professional Sports Leagues In Sports Betting

04 Dec 2017
In an NPR interview, Bradley said his motivation was simple, and personal. "Betting on sports was betting on human beings, and I thought that was wrong," he explained. "It turns players into roulette chips. It makes the game, which is a game of high-level competition and excellence, into slot machines, and I don't think that should be what we do in this country."
- npr.org

Supreme Court hears oral arguments on New Jersey's case to legalize sports betting

- latestcommentary.com
04 Dec 2017
"Today's argument before the Supreme Court showed there is a serious question as to whether PASPA violates the Constitution and whether New Jersey even violated PASPA in the first place," Pallone said in a statement. "It is clear to me that PASPA is unconstitutional. I am hopeful that the Supreme Court will decide in New Jersey's favor, and the GAME Act provides the ...

Supreme Court wrestles with sports betting

04 Dec 2017
The case pits New Jersey and other states against all four major U.S. professional sports leagues and the federal government. The stakes are high. The American Gaming Association estimates that Americans illegally wager about $150 billion on sports each year.
- kalb.com
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