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California Is the Fourth State in a Month to Propose Banning Youth Tackle Football

Two California lawmakers introduced a bill Thursday that would set a yet-defined minimum age for kids who want to participate in organized tackle football in an attempt to offset the risk of long-term brain damage. If passed, California would become the first state to set such a minimum age.  “The Super Bowl may be over, but the risk […]
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