Coloradans Have Long Supported the Lottery. Maybe It's Time For a Role Reversal

Colorado Springs Independent | January 21, 2010
People who can't stop playing incur an inestimable social cost in broken relationships, lost jobs, prison, even suicide. The Lottery pays a pittance to help. It pays nothing for the impact of gaming addictions on cities and counties. And if and when problem gamblers finally reach out, they find appropriately trained counselors in woefully short supply.

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