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Historically, a state’s legal code has been assumed to stop at its borders. And for the most part, states have not prosecuted residents who leave to do something that is legal at their destination but illegal at home. “Before it became legalized in most places, people would travel to Las Vegas or Atlantic City to gamble, without fear that their home state would come back and charge them with a crime,” says David S. Cohen, another author of the article and an associate professor at Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law. “Anti-gambling moralists existed, but they weren’t chomping at the bit to make sure that people didn’t

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