Image:  When the University of Kansas and the University of North Carolina face off in tonight’s NCAA Division I men’s basketball championship game, it will mark the end of a tournament in which more college students than ever were able to wager on their favorite teams. Since last year’s tournament, nine states have legalized sports betting, bringing to 30 the total number of states that allow adults to gamble, according to the American Gaming Association. Most set 21 as the minimum...


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