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No Estamos Locos: Problem Gambling In Oregon’s Latino Community

The road into Hermiston, Oregon, is lined with flat fields browned by the cold of winter. Laborers at an onion plant, bundled in coats and scarves, stood among truckloads of onions as they checked their cellphones during a break outside on a January weekend. Just over the hill, a water tower welcomes visitors with an image of the town’s most popular crop — a seeded watermelon — and the slogan, “Hermiston, where life is sweet!”

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