Legalized Gambling

GUESTS: David Firestone *National reporter with The New York Times, based in Atlanta OTHER GUESTS TBA The South Carolina Supreme Court has outlawed gambling, and in Alabama, voters rejected a state lottery referendum to the surprise of many observers. While gambling is a lucrative source of funds for education and other services, some communities are growing increasingly concerned about the human impact. Join Melinda Penkava and guests to discuss why some Americans are finally saying 'no' to gambling.

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