4 states have filed for "amici curiae" briefs in the longstanding NJ sports wagering case. This support or "amici curiae" are states that have submitted a brief to point out mistakes in the District Court's outcome and to point out the impact created by the unbalance between state and federal powers. The amici states are West Virginia, Georgia, Kansas and the Commonwealth of Virginia. The amici is concerned not so much with what congress wants to regulate, but how it will do so.
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