The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals dealt what is likely to be the final blow to Delaware’s plan for a state-sponsored gambling lottery that would have allowed residents to make bets on individual games in several sports.

On Tuesday the full court denied the state’s request to rehear a panel decision (pdf) reached last month that struck down the plan as a violation of a 1992 law that bans sports gambling with limited exceptions.

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