I. Nelson Rose

Whittier Law School

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Professor at Whittier Law School, he runs the web site Gambling and the Law

I. Nelson Rose on KCRW

Bluebird Liquors in Hawthorne sold 8000 tickets in its first five hours of business today, as California became the 43rd state in the Union to offer  Powerball .

Will Powerball 'Inspire' New Gamblers in California?

Bluebird Liquors in Hawthorne sold 8000 tickets in its first five hours of business today, as California became the 43rd state in the Union to offer Powerball .

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