Responsible Gaming

Carole Hedinger, New Jersey Lottery’s Executive Director, met with Donald Weinbaum, Executive Director CCGNJ and Jeff Beck, Chairman of National Problem Gambling Awareness Month, to discuss joint efforts to promote public awareness about the dangers of problem gambling.   We want everyone to enjoy playing the lottery as entertainment and remind our players to play responsibly,” Hedinger said.  “The Lottery joins with the Council today because we recognize that it’s important to “Have the Conversation” about responsible play and raise awareness about how to recognize the warning signs of problem gambling.”
“Responsible Gaming is very important to all of us at the California Lottery, from our employees to our retailers, vendors and players,” said Paula LaBrie, Acting Director of the California Lottery.  “We knew our Responsible Gaming Program was one of the strongest in the nation, but we’re always looking for ways we can continue to improve our practices. Given the size of the California Lottery and the amount of supplemental funding we provide to public education, achieving a Level Four status is quite an accomplishment. We are pleased the California Lottery is the first lottery in the nation to achieve this certification.”

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