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Many states prohibit their lottery tickets from being sold out of the state, so PicAState would have its agents buy lotter tickets in various states and hold them there; someone in Pennsylvania would buy a claim on the tickets held in the other states. Congress passed a law prohibiting interstate transmission of lottery ticket information to be used for lottery ticket sales. PicAState, which was being put out of business, challenged the law as unconstitutional. Was it correct? (PicAState Pa. v. Reno)
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