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Ohio Casino Control Commission
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The Columbus Dispatch reports ...
The Columbus Dispatch reports the Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board recently chose Laura Clemens, the director of Government Affairs for the Ohio Casino Control Commission.
was selected from among 16 candidates in a speedy hiring process.
The Statehouse boards chairman, House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger, says Clemens understands the building and the people in it after previously working as clerk of the House.
Laura Clemens picked as new ...
Laura Clemens picked as new Statehouse director
will be making a homecoming of sorts as the new executive director of the Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board.
, currently the director of Government Affairs for the Ohio Casino Control Commission
, was hired this morning at meeting of the board at the Statehouse.
She previously worked as clerk and deputy clerk of the Ohio House of Representatives.
will replace William Carleton, who last week announced his impending retirement after a decade as director of the board overseeing operations of the Statehouse and grounds.
The board picked Clemens
from a field of 16 candidates in a lightning-fast process that began 10 days ago.
selection came following a brief executive session of the board.
Rosenberger said Clemens
"has the ability to think outside the box to bring more people to the Statehouse."
A graduate of Kenyon College, Clemens worked as a legislative aide and in a variety of other positions in the House before becoming clerk.
moved to the Ohio Casino Control Commission
Laura Clemens, problem ...
Laura Clemens, problem gambling program coordinator, Ohio Casino Control Commission.
Ohio Casinos Offering Voluntary Bans for Problem Gamblers - The National Council on Problem Gambling
Laura Clemens, the Responsible Gaming Program Coordinator with the Ohio Casino Control Commission says there are two other ways those banned could be caught.
"If you use a loyalty card to play, we're going to see that on the casino's database, and we're going to know you're there gambling," she
"We're going to approach you there.
The third way is if you win.
Cash in your winnings, we'll get you then."
says calls to Ohio's Problem Gambling Helpline have tripled in the last few weeks.
Laura Clemens, the ...
Laura Clemens, the responsible-gambling program coordinator for the Ohio Casino Control Commission, attributed the rise in calls to a couple of factors.
There are more gambling options in the state now and the help line number is publicized more, including appearing on all casino materials and advertisements, she
The reasons for seeking help also are changing, Clemens
"We're doing really well," Clemens
said about the number.
"We're averaging about 25 a month."