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Small Games of Chance law risky bet to some

December 6, 2012

Photo by Colin Deppen Sergeant James Jones Jr. with the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control fields questions from members of area social clubs and organizations set to be affected by revisions to the state's Small Games of Chance law during a public meeting held Wednesday in St. Marys.

Hundreds of individuals representing area social clubs and organizations gathered in a town hall forum at South St. Marys Elementary School Wednesday night to discuss changes to the state's Small Games of Chance law.

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