Legalization [noun]

Definition of Legalization:

lawfulness, fairness

Opposite/Antonyms of Legalization:

Sentence/Example of Legalization:

Wagering on golf has exploded in recent months, thanks to expanded legalized betting and a pandemic-inspired spike in golf interest.

This week, New Jersey, South Dakota, Montana, and Arizona joined 11 other states that have made recreational marijuana legal, and Mississippi and South Dakota joined 33 other states that have legalized medical marijuana.

Maryland voted to legalize sports and event betting at certain facilities, while South Dakota backed a proposition that would allow legal sportsbooks in the region that’s home to its casinos as early as next year.

Arizona, Montana, New Jersey, and South Dakota are braced to become the latest states to legalize the recreational use of cannabis, with voters in South Dakota and Mississippi also set to approve ballot initiatives permitting medical marijuana use.

The midterm elections of 1862 made it clear that this would be a big issue, allowing 20 Union states time to legalize forms of absentee balloting in advance of the 1864 presidential election.

Meanwhile, those in Louisiana, Maryland, and South Dakota will vote on initiatives that would legalize sports betting, to varying degrees, in their own states.

The step would be a major boost to the marijuana business by making New Jersey the fourth most-populous state to legalize recreational use.

Cuba does not recognize or legalize the opposition as normally happens in democracies.

Lawson-Remer has said she would spend more of the county’s reserves on critical issues, such as homelessness, set a gold standard for climate action plans, put a leash on backcountry development and legalize sales of cannabis.

Just as states legalized casinos a generation ago in search of new tax revenues, states are now in the process of legalizing both iGaming and online betting on sports.