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Allowing States To Permit Betting on Non-Professional Sporting Activities?
States may now allow betting on sports, both professional and non-professional. Some states, including NJ and Delaware prohibit betting on instate college (perhaps other non-professional) teams. Pennsylvania recently passed a law allowing any sport to have wagers on the outcome or on performers in those contests. I do not know what Georgia law is on this. Curious how this forum feels about states permitting betting on non-professional sports.
Should states, other than, say, Nevada and NJ (due to Atlantic City) bar all betting on non-professional sports?