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NFL will ask Congress to put betting framework in place

While it remains to be seen how Monday's historic Supreme Court decision allowing states to conduct legalized sports gambling will affect the NFL, the nation's No. 1 sports league is turning to Congress to help put a "regulatory framework" in place.

"The NFL's long-standing and unwavering commitment to protecting the integrity of our game remains absolute," the league said Monday in the wake of the decision to

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