Whittier Law School professor I. Nelson Rose wrote an Op/Ed for the New York Times on the federal government’s role in preventing states from changing their gambling laws.
“Imagine a statute passed in 1928, declaring that it was a felony to offer movies with sound, but exempting states that are already showing talking pictures. Regardless of whatever changes occurred in technology or in the way society viewed films, only a few states could have talkies.”
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