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States Need Realistic Expectations For Sports Betting

Law360, May 24, 2018 On May 14, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court entered its decision in the Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association case removing the federal ban on sports…

McDonald Carano Attorney A.J. “Bud” Hicks Appointed to Governing Board of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency by President Trump

May 22, 2018 Reno, NV – McDonald Carano is pleased to announce that President Donald J. Trump has appointed McDonald Carano Senior Counsel A.J. “Bud” Hicks to the Governing Board of…

President Trump Appoints A.J. ‘Bud’ Hicks to Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Board

CarsonNOW.org, May 17, 1981 STATELINE — U.S. President Donald Trump has appointed A.J. “Bud” Hicks to the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Governing Board. Hicks, a resident of Reno since 1957,…

Sports Betting: What You Need to Know

May 15, 2018 By: Amanda Ciccatelli For years and years, the State of Nevada has successfully regulated sports betting. Why? One word: Experience. Decades of experience have led to the…

Valley Sports Books React as Supreme Court Opens Door for Nationwide Sports Betting

Fox5, May 14, 2018, by Eric Hilt The Supreme Court made a historic decision on sports betting on Monday, striking down the federal law that banned bets on sports in…

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