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Will the Supreme Court Legalize Sports Gambling Nationwide?

The Supreme Court recently heard arguments in the Christie v. NCAA matter. The questions asked by the justices and their responses are leading commentators to believe the High Court could very well legalize sports gambling not just in Jersey, but nationwide. Some justices were rather skeptical of the argument......
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