"We're partnered with the state". But he also said that if the state asked him to slow down on rolling out sports betting, he would.
Oklahoma's 130-plus tribal casinos take in more than $2 billion in gaming revenue annually and with this week's Supreme Court ruling on sports betting, it could soon be more.
In July 2017, Gov. Dannel Malloy signed a bill that will allow the state to move quickly if the federal sports betting ban is overturned by the Supreme Court or repealed by Congress.
The Supreme Court's ruling Monday authorizing state-sanctioned sports betting could have profound implications for a host of other issues.
"State leaders need to be prepared to tell the truth about the economic predation of casino gambling", he told Baptist Press in written comments.
We discuss what the ruling means on all sides of the issue.
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The high ruling in Murphy v. NCAA reversed a decision from the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, concluding that the federal Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act violated the Constitution's anti-commandeering principle.
Now comes an opportunity to give patrons another gaming option, betting on sports.
The American Gaming Association (AGA), which represents the US casino industry, has long opposed the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, contending it has resulted in an annual illegal sports betting market of $150 billion. That provision unequivocally dictates what a state legislature may and may not do.
Joining Alito in the majority were Chief Justice John Roberts and Associate Justices Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, Elena Kagan and Neil Gorsuch.
Alito wrote that Congress itself could proscribe all sports betting, but that it can't instruct the state governments not to do so.