Logically, then, if Congress cannot tell state governments not to adopt laws authorizing sports gambling, how can it instruct states not to adopt laws regarding gun control, marijuana legalization and any number of other matters across the political spectrum?
All 50 states are now free to sponsor gambling on sporting events.
Pennsylvania lawmakers say they are ready to take advantage of a US Supreme Court ruling that will allow for expanded sports gaming in states like Pennsylvania. The new CT law allows state officials "to regulate wagering on sporting events to the extent permitted by state and federal law".
ESPN noted that Malloy signed a bill in 2017 "that will allow the state to move quickly if the federal sports betting ban is overturned by the Supreme Court".
Webis said Wednesday that while the ruling will not have an immediate impact on revenue levels until individual state legalisation is in place, the announcement is regarded as a boost for the company's U.S. operations.
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Southern Baptist leaders warned there would be harmful consequences from legalized sports gambling.
The high ruling in Murphy v. NCAA reversed a decision from the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, concluding that the federal Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act violated the Constitution's anti-commandeering principle.
It's not like casino gaming is struggling in Oklahoma. The measure "unequivocally dictates what a state legislature may and may not do", he wrote.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito delivered the majority opinion, being joined by Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, Elena Kagan, and Neil Gorsuch. Stephen Breyer issued an opinion that concurred in part and dissented in part.
A LifeWay Research study released in 2016 reported 49 percent of Americans said sports gambling should not be legalized in the country, while 40 percent thought it should.