Breaking a nasty habit?: Gaming policy and politics in the state of Victoria: a report commissioned by the Interchurch Gambling Taskforce

Hayward, D and Kliger, B 2002, Breaking a nasty habit?: Gaming policy and politics in the state of Victoria: a report commissioned by the Interchurch Gambling Taskforce, Interchurch Gambling Taskforce, Melbourne, Australia.


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Title Breaking a nasty habit?: Gaming policy and politics in the state of Victoria: a report commissioned by the Interchurch Gambling Taskforce
Author(s) Hayward, D
Kliger, B
Year 2002
Publisher Interchurch Gambling Taskforce
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Policy and Administration not elsewhere classified
Summary This report was commissioned by the Interchurch Gambling Taskforce in November 2001.It became clear to us that the Victorian government was so financially dependent on gambling to balance the state budget that it was not able to attack the very serious social issue that people with gambling problems now represent in our society, without falling victim to the equally serious charge of being financially irresponsible. The opposition are equally captive to the gambling dollar, and only independents with their limited political clout recognise the dilemma.
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