Against the Odds, New Jersey Rejects Cooperation with Federal Sports Betting Laws

After years of duking it out in the courts, an unnecessary veto and promises of an override, Governor Christie has signed into law in New Jersey a bill ending state prohibition of sports betting.

S2460/A3711 passed both houses of the New Jersey Legislature easily and received Governor Christie’s signature Friday, Oct. 17.

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Writes “jacob eagleshield”

“Personally I think you are all nuts. You are part of the United States,despite you having made Arizona the laughing stock of the nation. You are a subject to federal law as anyone else. You would not even be doing this if the President was a white Republican”

Our response:

We were founded in 2006 when George Bush, a white republican, was president.

Try again.

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The Bill of Rights Has a Preamble: Even if the Senate and the Heritage Foundation Omit It

It has been suggested to us in a comment that since a copy of the Constitution provided by The Heritage Foundation does not include the Preamble to the Bill of Rights – that preamble doesn’t exist.

Or, that the preamble was simply an introductory text that was included by Congress to send to the states.

These opinions couldn’t be more wrong.

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