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The Latest: NFL seeks sports gambling guidance from Congress

Exclusive – Kobach: A Huge Victory for States’ Rights and the Tenth Amendment

There has been a great deal of media coverage of the Supreme Court’s decision on Monday striking down a 1992 federal law that prohibited sports betting in most states. The decision, Murphy v. NCAA, struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PAPSA) which generally prohibited states from authorizing sports gambling.

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States to Tax Fantasy Sports’ Exponential Growth

Desperate for revenue, several states are making a major push to regulate and tax so called “daily fantasy sports,” such as New York’s FanDuel and Boston’s DraftKings.

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CA Native Americans help ‘i-Poker’ Bill Move to Legislative Vote

The Assembly Governmental Organization Committee voted unanimously this week in favor of advancing AB 431. The positive vote marks the first time that the legislature has moved a digital gambling bill towards a floor vote that could allow widespread sponsorship by Native American casinos, horse tracks and poker of online gambling.

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Chris Christie Accused of Stalling Casino to Please Billionaire

Some critics of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie accuse him of stalling a plan to bring one of the world’s largest online gambling companies to Atlantic City because Christie does not want to alienate Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire owner of the Las Vegas Sands Corp., which operates physical casinos.