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Fla. gov signs ban on parlors with slot-like games

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Up to 1,000 strip-mall parlors where people can play slot-like computer games became illegal Wednesday in Florida, with the governor signing a ban on the heels of a federal investigation into a charity that authorities say was an illegal gambling front. The law took effect immediately after Gov. Rick Scott signed it, roughly a month after nearly 60 people were arrested...

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