As Wolf delivers his speech at the annual conference of the National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling, the 200 or so concerned citizens in the audience murmur their assent.
What does NCALG stand for?
NCALG stands for National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling
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According to the National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling, "high school dropouts spend twice as much [on the lottery] as college graduates.
Profiting from Vice The rapid proliferation of state-supported gambling across the country has followed an incremental process described by Tom Grey of the National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling (NCALG).
These conservative - liberal coalitions oppose gambling for a wide array of reasons, says Tom Grey, field coordinator for the Chicago-based National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling.
at the opening of the Washington office of the National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling (NCALG).
Goodman's one-sided view of gambling's effects is echoed by advocacy groups such as the National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling.
Over the past two years, the National Coalition Against Legalized Gambling has stymied casino and slot-machine plans in 23 states.