Las vegas sports books were largely cheering the news on that the Supreme Court had agreed to hear New Jersey’s plea to legalize sports betting tuesday.
In reality, they’re probably currently crunching the chances associated with the Garden State winning the whole case.
William Hill US CEO Joe Asher said this week that PASPA had been a ‘failed law’ and urged the sports leagues to change their tune and get behind legal, regulated sports betting.
If the court finally side with New Jersey, the state would be permitted to repeal PASPA and roll out sports publications at its casinos and racetracks.
PASPA is the federal law that prohibits sports betting everywhere in the United States but Nevada, Oregon, Delaware and Montana, states that had already legalized and controlled the training ahead of 1992, whenever the bill was enacted.
But nj-new Jersey thinks that PASPA is an infringement that is egregious its Tenth Amendment rights plus the rights of all states to control personal parties of their borders.
As well as the fact that the highest court in the land has taken this case on, against the advice of the acting solicitor general, shows that at least some of these judges feel that this is a compelling argument.
A verdict that is positive nj-new jersey would probably trigger a domino effect, paving the way for other states to reject PASPA too.
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