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An "Integrity" Fee Would Be Ludicrous

On Monday morning the Supreme Court reversed a long-standing federal ban on sports gambling. It will now be up to each individual state if they want to allow sports wagers. There's no question that this decision will have far reaching affects on  the sports world as a whole.

However, it is being reported that the sports leagues will push for a so-called "integrity fee" pushed into state bills. The idea being that there will be so much betting that leagues will have to up their scrutiny to make sure games aren't fixed.

Clay Travis this that an "integrity fee" is ridiculous. Not only does Clay think that taking sports betting out of the shadows will automatically make it harder to fix games, but there are many other ways that the leagues will be able to make money on this decision. 

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