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Japan’s ruling parties agreed Tuesday to impose weekly and monthly restrictions on the number of visits residents can make to casinos as lawmakers seek to prevent problem gambling.

In discussions on a bill that will allow casinos to open in Japan, the Liberal Democratic Party and its coalition partner Komeito endorsed a plan to limit the number of visits to three per week and 10 per month for residents.

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