NORTH CAROLINA - Residents in North Carolina will not be able to play sweepstakes machines.
The North Carolina Supreme Court upheld the law banning the machines in the state.
After a challenge to the 2010 law, judges ruled the sweepstakes machines did meet the traditional definition of gambling.
The ban will not impact the state's only casino in Cherokee.
NC residents will not get to play sweepstakes
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