Is the New York state Legislature living in the world of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet or Humpty Dumpty, the fragile character from a popular English nursery rhyme?

That’s the question an appellate court in Albany is being asked as it weighs whether lawmakers were lawfully able to legalize daily fantasy sports nearly three years ago or if they violated the state constitution, as the lead attorney suing the state argued in his brief to the panel.

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