As the dawn nears of a possible legal U.S. sports betting expansion, two big questions (among others) have emerged, separate from whether the Supreme Court of the United States will strike down the federal ban on sports wagering outside Nevada. The
New Jersey Representative Frank Pallone Jr. (NJ-6) on Monday formally introduced the GAME Act, a law that would repeal the Professional Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) and allow states to legalize sports betting. In May, Pallone introduced a discussion draft
In the debut edition on Monday of the “Golic and Wingo” morning show on ESPN Radio, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver joined as a guest and addressed, among other things, the matter of expanded sports betting legalization in the United States and the
On Wednesday New Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone Jr. (NJ-6) submitted an amicus brief in support of the state and co-petitioner’s case against the NCAA, NFL and major sports leagues regarding the federal government law banning sports betting outside of Nevada.
New Jersey recently reached a major milestone in its ongoing effort to gain sports betting within its borders, but the state is still looking at multiple ways to accomplish the goal. As you’ve probably heard, the Supreme Court of the
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