Sports gambling maybe not imminent despite SCOTUS ruling
3 monthes ago - By Times Union
ALBANY - Don't expect to make a legal bet on the NBA finals this spring in New York.
Despite the state Legislature paving the way for sports gambling almost five years ago, regulators in New York tasked with implementing a framework for the industry appear to be in a holding pattern following a decision on Monday by the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down a limit on the states that can offer sports gambling.
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