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Justices strike down federal sports gambling law Updated Posted Mon, May 14th, This post was updated with additional analysis at 3: Today the justices ruled that a federal law that bars states from legalizing sports betting violates the anti-commandeering doctrine. Their decision not only opens the door for states around the country to allow sports betting, but it also could give significantly more power to states generally, on issues ranging from the decriminalization of marijuana to sanctuary cities.
The federal law at issue in the case is the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, which dates back to But it took New Jersey 20 years to act: Inthe state legislature passed a law that legalized sports betting.
Justice Alito delivers opinion in Murphy v. The lower federal courts agreed, prompting the New Jersey legislature to go back to the drawing board.
Init passed a new law that rolled back existing bans on sports betting, at least as they applied to New Jersey casinos and racetracks.
Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit again ruled against the state. Should the rest of PASPA be struck down as well, or can the law survive without the anti-authorization provision?
Congress can regulate sports gambling directly, but if it elects not to do so, each State is free to act on its own.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg filed a dissenting opinion. In March of this year, ESPN projected that if New Jersey were to win, the state could have legal sports betting by the time football season kicks off in the fall; nearly two dozen other states are also considering bills that would allow sports betting.
The economic impact of allowing sports betting cannot be understated: This post was originally published at Howe on the Court. Click for vote alignment by ideology. Amy Howe, Opinion analysis:Sep 19, · Congress is poised to legalize hemp. But can it live up to decades of hype?
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Jan 04, · 11 states least likely to legalize marijuana. Illegal in the United States for nearly 80 years, marijuana accounted for million arrests nationwide between and more likely as. Michigan on Tuesday became the 10th state to legalize recreational marijuana, and Utah and Missouri voted to legalize medical marijuana.
Four states voted on marijuana-legalization measures in. In Utah, Proposition 2, to legalize medical marijuana, passed with % of the vote, a stunning result in what is known as a dependably conservative state. In Missouri, one wonders why it took so long for Amendment 2, to legalize medical marijuana, to reach the ballot.
In , marijuana-related traffic deaths involving operators who tested positive for marijuana represented 10% of all traffic fatalities. I contend that a significant number of individuals in the United States has a propensity for addiction.
to some extent, but it’s not inconceivable if we were to legalize all drugs. Surely, we would.
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