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Additionally, prosecutors in at least four countries — Singapore, Switzerland, Luxembourg and the US — are looking into money flows from the investment vehicle, formally called 1Malaysia Development Berhad, which was established for national development. In any event, even if laws like PASPA were suspect on equal-sovereignty grounds, there would be no reason to think the resulting heightened scrutiny should be fatal in fact. Congress includes exceptions of various sorts in statutes all the time; the Constitution gives no sound reason to think exceptions for particular states are suspect. From that point of view, PASPA is suspect because it allows some states to permit sports gambling while preventing others from doing so. Taglieri Nasrallah v. Romag Fasteners Inc.
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