Quick Navigation Suppose you consider self-exclusion in your gaming practice but do not want to close all games completely. For example, you believe that the national lottery can remain in your gaming sessions. As the lottery organiser says on the official website, “We all know that when people play a bit, miracles can happen”. The state lottery is played by 60% of the UK population. If you think it won’t hurt you, then you can keep it open. Also, if you play this lottery, you can do good things for people. Let’s say you entertain yourself in raffles, while at the same time the people of England get help thanks to you. How does it all work? The logical answer to the question: Does Gamstop stop the national lottery? Let’s get it sorted out in order. Responsible Play in the National Lottery Let’s start by looking at the rules of responsible play in the National Lottery itself. Camelot UK Lotteries Limited, the organizer of these games, pays excellent … [Read more...] about Does Gamstop stop the National Lottery?
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Topline South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) announced legislation Friday that copies provisions of Texas’ controversial near-total ban on abortion, as a growing number of GOP state legislators across the country move to try and get around U.S. Supreme Court precedent legalizing abortion by following Texas’ lead—here’s the full list. Key Facts The South Dakota bill bans all abortions after approximately six weeks, as is the case with Texas’ Senate Bill 8 (SB 8), and it enforces the ban by letting private citizens sue anyone who “aids or abets” an abortion for at least $10,000 in damages. The bill was announced two weeks after lawmakers in Arizona unveiled their own SB 8 copycat bill, which bans abortions after approximately six weeks. Lawmakers in Missouri , Alabama and Arkansas filed legislation mirroring SB 8 in December, though Arkansas’ legislation goes beyond the Texas law’s six-week limit and bans … [Read more...] about South Dakota Governor Latest To Introduce Texas Abortion Copycat Bill — Here Are All The States Weighing A Similar Ban
Super Bowl champion, Eli Manning, joins the show in just a little bit, but roll down the window because sentiment stinks right now in the stock market. U.S. equity markets are coming off their worst week in nearly two years and headed for more losses as we start the week. Netflix, one of the best performing stocks of the past 10 years, fell nearly 22% on Friday, its worst day since 2012. Shares of Amazon posted their worst week since 2018, and they're down 20% from all time highs. Tech stocks, as Liz Young explained to us just a few episodes ago, are super sensitive to rising interest rates, especially as their growth rates are slowing down. This week will also bring a steady stream of earnings, including reports from some of the most valuable companies by market capitalization, with widely held stocks reporting results, including Apple, Microsoft, IBM, and Johnson and Johnson. Investors have no patience for missed earnings estimates or weak guidance. They punished Netflix last … [Read more...] about Eli Manning Goes Long Private Equity