The sales of lottery tickets to minors in Illinois
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- Radecki, T.E. J Gambling Stud (1994) 10: 213. doi:10.1007/BF02104963
Fifty retail outlets were tested with a 16-year-old girl in eight central Illinois cities to determine the willingness of retail clerks to illegally sell a lottery ticket to a minor. A total of 49 establishments or 98% sold. In two instances the youth was denied access to cigarettes but sold a lottery ticket despite the sales of both to a minor under age 18 being illegal in Illinois. A very low cost method of correcting the problem is presented.
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