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Alcohol-Narcotic Education
Foundation of California

If you want more information and access to research on alcohol and other drugs use the link to the Alcohol-Narcotic Education Foundation of California, www.anefca.org .

California Coalition
Against Gambling Expansion

If you want more information and access to research on gambling issues, use the link to the California Coalition Against Gambling Expansion, www.ccage.org .

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