Supreme Court ruling on sports gambling could raise stakes for amendment vote in Florida


A constitutional amendment centered on casino gambling was already scheduled for the Nov. 6 ballot in Florida when a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on sports gambling changed the landscape.

On May 14, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of New Jersey and struck down the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, which prohibited all states besides Nevada from allowing sports wagering. That raised the possibility of individual states allowing sports gambling.

Some state leaders believe that sports…

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