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Phil Rosenthal: Morality a non-factor as Illinois, others weigh sports betting

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Now that the U.S. Supreme Court, at New Jersey's behest, has cleared a path for states to make sports betting legal the way it is in Nevada, it's not just fun and games around the sports department, not that it really ever was.

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