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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Lloyd Levenson
A long-running, high-stakes legal battle over betting on sports in America may be coming to a head, and this time supporters are making the case that their fight against the nation's most powerful professional and collegiate sports leagues not on economic or policy grounds, but as a defense of states' rights under the U.S. Constitution.
"Nobody has an advantage going into court. It always depends on how they set forth their arguments," Mr. Levenson said. "But I think New Jersey has some great arguments."
"The issue has not been decided by the Delaware case," Mr. Levenson said. "The focus of the other lawsuit was whether they could allow individual bets when they were grandfathered to do parlay bets. They didn't deal with the constitutionality question."