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And the more organizations that are involved, the better, Nowinski said. Some youth groups are hesitant to impose restrictions or limits because they don’t want to drive off children _ or their parents.

But if everyone is adhering to the same standards, that won’t be an issue.

“We’re not anti-football,” Nowinski said. “But we are pro-child.”


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