Fans makes bets during a viewing party for the 2018 NCAA Men's College Basketball Tournament. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Betting on the Tony Awards could become more mainstream after a recent ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court. On May 14, the Supreme Court declared the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, a law passed in 1992 that restricted state-sponsored sports gambling, unconstitutional. But as the Supreme Court did not provide much of a directive on how to proceed, states and betting sites may take the opening to expand the world of legalized betting. “There’s really a kind of a presumption that you can take bets on whatever,” said Jim Murphy, oddsmaker at As Murphy understands it, before this…

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