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The final briefs were filed in the New Jersey sports betting case before December’s oral arguments in the US Supreme Court. While there was nothing...
The US Solicitor General's office of President Donald Trump will take part in oral arguments during next month's Supreme Court sports betting case.
New Jersey Rep. Frank Pallone used a Congressional hearing on mixed martial arts to push his agenda on the topic of sports betting. Congress, MMA...
The Trump administration, via the Solicitor General's office, is supporting the NFL in its ongoing case to stop New Jersey from offering sports betting.
The NCAA and the pro sports leagues argued in their US Supreme Court brief today that the federal sports betting ban is constitutional.
A pair of Congressmen from New Jersey -- one Republican and one Democrat -- have officially asked a House committee to hold hearings on the...
The US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the New Jersey sports betting case on Dec. 4.
One of the NFL’s legal arguments in its attempt to suspend Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott for six games could divide the five sports...
You have to hand it to New Jersey: It's nothing if not creative in finding ways to offer legal sports betting.
New Jersey daily fantasy sports operator FastPick has rolled out NFL contests in time for football season.