Citing Tenth Amendment, SCOTUS Strikes Down Federal Sports Gambling Law Ep. 74

Further cementing what has come to be known as the “anti commandeering doctrine,” the Supreme Court ruled that: “Provisions of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act that prohibit state authorization and licensing of sports gambling schemes violate the Constitution[.]” Although SCOTUS is no friend to liberty, and cannot be counted on to limit federal power, this decision is a win for state’s rights.

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Show Notes:

SCOTUS Blog Docket for Murphy v. NCAA

Amy Howe: Opinion Analysis for Murphy v. NCAA (SCOTUS Blog)

Mike Maharrey: Supreme Court’s Sports Gambling Opinion is a Rare and Major Win for the Tenth Amendment

Murphy v. NCAA Supreme Court Opinion

Erwin Chemerinsky: Constitutional Law Principles and Policies (Student Treatise) (Amazon Affiliate Link)

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