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Joan Vennochi

Gambling fever's tight grip

By Joan Vennochi
Globe Columnist / June 7, 2007

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AFTER MY son turned 18 recently, I started finding scratched-out lottery tickets on his nightstand. He is now old enough to indulge his fantasy of easy money. (Full article: 720 words)

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