High court gambling ruling could aid sanctuary cities' fight
In President Donald Trump's former life as a casino owner, he might have cheered Monday's ruling from the Supreme Court that struck down a federal law that barred every state but Nevada from allowing betting on most sporting events. But the Trump administration opposed the outcome reached by the high court at least in part because it could signal trouble in its legal fight against so-called sanctuary states and cities.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at WVNY.
Since: Mar 09
The Left Coast
#1 Tuesday May 15
So we could have any gun sales sanctuary cities? No gays sanctuary cities? No illegals sanctuary cities? Interesting.
#2 Wednesday May 16
Whatever. I'm still not taking sides in any civil war.
Add your comments below
|Trump presses for action as House GOP struggles...||4 min||Oldglory||17|
|Plurality of Americans think Trump is failing (Mar '17)||4 min||RachelsGonnaRach||79,735|
|Trump's Wall May Not Be Built, But The Illegal ...||4 min||RiccardoFire||624|
|Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision (Jan '08)||6 min||RiccardoFire||340,583|
|Barack Obama, our next President (Nov '08)||7 min||RoxLo||1,760,047|
|Texas attorney general bullies school for allow... (Mar '17)||7 min||Generac||25|
|Al Sharpton: Royal Wedding Shows 'Last Breath' ...||7 min||Ihn||134|
|President Donald Trump has demanded answers abo...||9 min||Butthead||61|
|Trump: Justice Department planted spy in 2016 c...||16 min||inbred Genius||100|
Find what you want!
Search US News Forum Now
Copyright © 2018 Topix LLC