Mass. AG proposes age limit for daily fantasy sports

Boston, Massachusetts -- 11/19/2015- Attorney General Maura Healey speaks during a press conference held to discuss proposed consumer protection regulations for Daily Fantasy Sports Operations in Massachusetts at her office in Boston, Massachusetts November 19, 2015. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Topic: Reporter:

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Under Maura Healey?s proposal, users would have to be at least 21 and cannot be pro athletes or their agents and employees.

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