Yes? Lotto tickets are of value and are thus subject to being labeled as
articles of commerce and can be regulated by congress. The Constitution does not
define regulate as opposed to banning and the court stated that the Constitution
gave the plenary right to congress to regulate commerce and thus unless that
regulation is banned by the Constitution congress can do what ever it sees fit.
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