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SUPREME COURT DENIES LEAGUES’ BID FOR HEARING IN HORSEMEN’S $150M LAWSUIT — WHAT’S NEXT? BY JOHN BRENNAN

The NFL and four other major sports organizations struck out on Monday in their bid to have the U.S. Supreme Court take up their objection to a $150 million lawsuit by the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association.

The horsemen have claimed that by being improperly enjoined from offering sports betting from November 2014, when a federal district court judge invalidated a new state law, until mid-2018 — when the nation’s top court opened the door for such wagering — that the $150 million is the amount of damages owed them by the leagues.

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