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Employment History

Western North Dakota Bishop

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


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Internet poker arguments heat up Capitol | Poker Doctor

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After Robert Lynne of Bismarck, a former western North Dakota bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, described the "family problems, broken lives (and) financial crises" caused by gambling, Sen.
"It's not to have an uncontrolled thing to begin with," Lynne replied. Lynne continued: "We've got to start looking more positively at taking care of those around us, rather than encouraging them to go on, trying to get something for nothing." Replied Lynne: "No, and I wouldn't be a part of it.


Online Poker Bill Debated in North Dakota Senate | Poker Doctor

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Robert Lynne, a former western North Dakota bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, opposes the bill because of the 'family problems, broken lives (and) financial crises' caused by gambling.
Sen. Tom Trenbeath, R-Cavalier, doesn't dispute the presence of these problems, however, he suggested that they should be addressed in a regulated environment. The problems exist, he said, regardless of whether gambling is legal. Robert Lynne, former western North Dakota bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.


Poker.co.uk - Poker News - Online Poker Bill Debated in North Dakota Senate

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Robert Lynne, a former western North Dakota bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, opposes the bill because of the 'family problems, broken lives (and) financial crises' caused by gambling. Sen. Tom Trenbeath, R-Cavalier, doesn't dispute the presence of these problems, however, he suggested that they should be addressed in a regulated environment.The problems exist, he said, regardless of whether gambling is legal. Robert Lynne, former western North Dakota bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.


Online Casino News.com - All The Gambling, Sports and Casino News for the Internet Gambler

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Robert Lynne, a former western North Dakota bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, opposes the bill because of the 'family problems, broken lives (and) financial crises' caused by gambling. Sen. Tom Trenbeath, R-Cavalier, doesn't dispute the presence of these problems, however, he suggested that they should be addressed in a regulated environment.The problems exist, he said, regardless of whether gambling is legal. Robert Lynne, former western North Dakota bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.


Lottery.org - Lottery News - Online Poker Bill Debated in North Dakota Senate

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Robert Lynne, a former western North Dakota bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, opposes the bill because of the 'family problems, broken lives (and) financial crises' caused by gambling. Sen. Tom Trenbeath, R-Cavalier, doesn't dispute the presence of these problems, however, he suggested that they should be addressed in a regulated environment.The problems exist, he said, regardless of whether gambling is legal. Robert Lynne, former western North Dakota bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.


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