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Arbitrary federal regulations prevent states from legalizing sports betting. The Trump administration could generate jobs and revenue by ending the ban.
Professional and amateur sports leagues have not tried to stop or slow the expansion of some forms of sports betting, despite power granted by PASPA.
A look back at the known history of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act calls into question the intent and scope of the federal...
Recent court rulings on federal law are priming the conversation for the New Jersey sports betting appeal to the US Supreme Court.
The so-called "nuclear option" for New Jersey sports betting -- a full repeal of the state's prohibition on sports wagering law -- has been introduced...
If New Jersey wants to try a different tack on allowing sports betting in the state, a law on daily fantasy sports could be the...
New Jersey has a few avenues left to pursue legal sports betting, including enacting a law that pro sports leagues may not oppose.
A piece of daily fantasy sports legislation brings up the idea that regulation could run afoul of a federal sports betting prohibition.
Experts from the U.S. and Europe told attendees at an event at the Capitol that a federal ban on sports betting is poor public policy.
The American Gaming Association and Sport Integrity Monitor will host a briefing to explain the issues and opportunities offered by legal and regulated sports betting...