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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Caesars to launch sports betting in Mississippi and Atlantic CityJul 31, 2018
Two Atlantic City casinos which is owned by Caesars Entertainment will now allow sports betting in the casino and another two in Mississippi will start offering it from mid-August.
NCAA reiterates their stance on sports bettingJul 20, 2018
The NCAA announced on Thursday which suggested that an internal team of experts have started to examine the impacts of legalized sports betting on college sports, use of integrity services and rules.
Ohio legislature introduces Sports betting billJul 16, 2018
"General Assembly intends to develop and enact legislation for legalizing sports betting sports betting," bill states.
Pennsylvania might adopt new rules for sport bettingJun 29, 2018
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board approved new temporary rules as it opened its doors to sports wagering on Wednesday.