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NBA requests set of laws that would help legalize sports gambling in United States

NBA requests set of laws that would help legalize sports gambling in United States

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The NBA is acknowledging an elephant that has been in the room for a very long time, and one that many sports leagues try to ignore: Gambling and sports go together. There is currently a case in New Jersey related to the legality of sports gambling, which could change how it’s handled nationwide. via ESPN

The U.S. Supreme Court is considering a New Jersey-based case that could clear the way for individual states to legalize sports betting at casinos and racetracks. Oral arguments took place last month, and a decision is expected in the spring. As that process plays out, a number of states are putting legislation in place to act if the Supreme Court’s ruling overturns the federal ban on widespread sports betting…

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