Compulsive Gamblers Test Casinos in Court Compulsive gamblers file lawsuits demanding the return of money lost to casinos, arguing that the gambling houses exploit big rollers -- and big losers -- despite evidence of their problem. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.
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Compulsive Gamblers Test Casinos in Court

Compulsive Gamblers Test Casinos in Court

Compulsive Gamblers Test Casinos in Court

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Compulsive gamblers file lawsuits demanding the return of money lost to casinos, arguing that the gambling houses exploit big rollers — and big losers — despite evidence of their problem. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.