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Gambling Addiction

A longtime video slot machine player sued the British Columbia Lottery Corp. for $1 billion, claiming it fails to inform the public that “video slots are inherently deceptive, inherently addictive and inherently dangerous when used as intended,” in B.C. Supreme Court.

VANCOUVER, B.C. — A longtime video slot machine player sued the British Columbia Lottery Corp. for $1 billion, claiming it fails to inform the public that “video slots are inherently deceptive, inherently addictive and inherently dangerous when used as intended,” in B.C. Supreme Court.

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