Report to the legislature of The State of Louisiana / by The Louisiana Comulsive Gambling Study Committee
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AbstractThe Louisiana Compulsive Gambling Study Committee was created by Senate Resolution #149, introduced by Senator Jay Dardenne in the 1995 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature. Its charge was to study: the problem of compulsive gambling; the best practice approaches to preventing and addressing the problem of compulsive gambling; the most effective, responsible, and equitable way to support the infrastructure necessary to prevent the problem; and, the steps that should be taken by the legislature to accomplish the establishment of the recommended infrastructure.
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