New Jersey Sues to Allow Sports Betting
Gov. Chris Christie has led the fight to bring sports betting to the state’s struggling casinos and racetracks. But a 1992 federal law limits it to Nevada and three other states.
Former U.S. Solicitor General Theodore Olson, representing the state, says the federal law discriminates against the other 46 states.
Both sides made their case Wednesday in the federal appeals court in Philadelphia.
Anybody want to take a bet on the result? We totally would … if it were legal.