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Don’t miss tomorrow’s Crucial Conversation luncheon

Do you still think of lotteries and casinos as essentially harmless enterprises? If so, you owe it to yourself to attend tomorow’s Crucial Conversation luncheon:When government promotes gambling: A budget solution or state sponsored exploitation?”

National expert Les Bernal of the nonprofit advocacy group, Stop Predatory Gambling will have some hair-raising stories to share that may cause you to reexamine some of your beliefs on this issue. Please join us for this important event.

Some seats are still available. register today. If you want to attend but not eat, are having trouble registering, or have any other questions, call Rob Schofield at 919-861-2065 or email me at rob@ncpolicywatch.com.

Hope to seee you tomorrow!

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