The U.S. Solicitor General’s Office may have dealt a knockout blow to New Jersey’s six-year battle to legalize sports betting, but the state’s top gaming regulator says efforts will continue.
“We are still on hold,” David Rebuck, director of New Jersey’s Division on Gaming Enforcement (DGE), said Wednesday. “Right now, the long legal history of this case, we continue to fight the good fight.”
The solicitor general last week recommended that the Supreme Court not hear New Jersey’s case challenging the scope of the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA).
PASPA bans legal sports betting in all states expect Nevada, Delaware, Oregon and Montana.