Top 10 questions and answers regarding the US Supreme Court sports betting decision

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So the, The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of New Jersey striking down a 25-year old federal law known as the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) that largely outlawed sports betting outside Nevada, excluding a few states, Nevada, Oregon, Delaware and Montana, the four states that were grandfathered in and can currently offer sports betting.

What has happened since then?

Alexander Hamilton for the (modest) win: Delaware Gov. John Carney didn’t risk any mortgage money, but did place his state’s first legal sports bet on Tuesday. (Image: AP)

Last Tuesday, Delaware, the second smallest state, accepted bets on professional sports – the first to roll out its betting program since last month’s U.S. Supreme Court decision the only East Coast state to offer legal athletics wagering.

Some of us still have questions about the decision, the future of sports betting, and when it will accessible.

Today we start with an article on the buzz last week – the Supreme Court Decision concerning The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (A.K.A. PASPA).

Top 10 questions and answers regarding the US Supreme Court sports betting decision

by Gary Trask of CasinoCityTimes

 

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