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Maryland High Schools Could Soon Be Required to Teach Classes on GamblingWritten by: Devin O’Connor

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Legislation in Maryland has been introduced that would require all public high schools in the state to educate students on the potential harms of gambling. State Senator Bryan Simonaire (R-Anne Arundel) introduced the bill earlier this year. Senate Bill 0243 — titled “Gambling Dangers and Addiction” — would mandate that programs teaching students about gambling
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