With the federal commission on gambling in the midst of drafting its final report–which will include recommendations to Congress on how to address the rapid growth of the gaming industry–pro- and anti-gambling forces of all stripes are girding for a fresh lobbying battle.

So it’s no surprise that when the panel, known as the National Gambling Impact Study Commission, held its last scheduled hearings in Washington earlier this month, there was no shortage of anxious advocates in the audience, from the American Gaming Association to the National Council on Problem Gambling.

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