The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way Monday for sports gambling at New York’s casinos — though Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned it may not happen soon.
New York lawmakers and Cuomo approved language in 2013 that would allow wagering on athletic events if the federal ban on sports wagering was struck down by a court.
That happened Monday when the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the state of New Jersey, which had challenged whether the ban was constitutional because it allowed some wagers in Nevada and Delaware.
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