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GAMBLING & PROBLEM GAMBLING IN OREGON
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With many eyes on the big #MegaMillions and #Powerball jackpots, some tips:
✅only play w/money you can afford.
✅play only for fun (odds of the jackpot are ~1 in 200 Million!)
✅know that there's free help available if someone you know has a problem: https://t.co/Wlh02m4hiU https://t.co/QeVDLYKgFz
With more #NFLplayoffs games coming this weekend & legal sports wagering in many U.S. states, here are a few tips to keep sports betting safe.
✅set aside a specific $ limit & stick to it
✅use debit, not credit
✅avoid "chasing" losses
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Mad Libs: one of many stocking stuffers that are better for kids than lottery tickets. Youth who start gambling early have higher risk of later gambling problems. For more stocking stuffer ideas & media you can use, visit https://t.co/mFBwMIp8Yw. #giftresponsibly https://t.co/uWXjzf3qiE
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