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After the January/February Newsletter was sent the following
Judge OKs Ohio vets raffle machine. Electronic raffle
machines at veterans posts will continue to operate for months – likely until
June or later – pending a ruling in a lawsuit filed Thursday against the Ohio
attorney general’s office. Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge granted a temporary
restraining order that the Ohio Veterans and Fraternal Charitable Coalition
sought as part of the lawsuit when it was filed. By mutual agreement of all
parties, the 14 day order will be extended.