A House subcommittee decided that "a
discernible degree of fortuity attends" upon fishing, but "the skill of
the angler overwhelmingly predominates in a successful performance."
The subcommittee recommended, and the Senate and House unanimously
passed, a measure excluding fishing contests from lottery laws. Last
week, the President signed it.
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