Task force report on legalized gambling to Honorable Evelle J. Younger, Attorney General, State of California
Gambling laws--United States
Off-track betting--New York
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AbstractThe Task Force was formed to guide the Attorney General in his advice to the Legislature concerning problems to be anticipated when further legalization of gambling is contemplated. Accordingly, the bulk of this study has been concerned with the relationship between legalizing certain types of gambling and the law enforcement problems incident thereto. Considerations pertaining to incidental crimes and organized crime activity in relation to legalized gambling have received a major part of the attention given to the treatment of this subject.
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