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Editorial: Illinois should legalize sports betting

When the Loyola Ramblers reached the Final Four in the NCAA men's basketball tournament, you can be sure a lot of giddy alumni and other local fans were willing to put their money where their hearts were. But any bets that the Ramblers would upset Michigan in the semifinal - or at least beat the

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