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Numbers tell all

Chris Fitzsimon reports on “The troubling growth of lottery fever” with ticket sales increases being funded by those least able to afford the new $5 and $20 games.

Lottery sales aren’t the only numbers we should be concerned about. In his “Monday numbers” feature, Fitzsimon quotes some statistics of household well-being. For too many households in North Carolina, the statistics are not good.

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