Supreme Court To Hear Arguments In States' Rights Sports Betting Case
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is arguing against a 1992 law that prevents any state but Nevada from legalizing single-game sports betting.
The Supreme Court is going to have to decide if it's within states' rights to cash in on sports betting.
Christie argues against a 1992 law that prevents any state but Nevada from legalizing single-game sports betting.
It's a federal law that says states can't allow sports betting. Christie, and others, argue the act violates the 10th Amendment.
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