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Research found older individuals held more traditional unenthusiastic attitudes about gambling, but high-income earners and men 18-44 had more sympathetic opinions of event wagering.

Nearly a year after lawmakers in Arizona legalized sports gambling, questions remain on the impact it will have on the public due to a lack of state oversight - and reports show young men and Latino men may be disproportionately affected by out-of-state profiteering. Read more»