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WBFO Brief Jan 12, 2021

Hear from a formerly compulsive gambler who has concerns about the state’s new online sports betting . Also The WNY Disability community has hope for Gov. Kathy Hochul, and likes a change in tone they saw in her State of The State address. Hear about a push in Albany for parole reform to help people of color, Ontario recruiting internationally trained nurses to deal with a shortage during COVID, and fears about the end of the eviction moratorium this weekend.

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