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Morning Blend 28 November, 2012

We discuss the latest on the gambling referendum, including Prime Minister Perry Christie saying he’s still debating whether there will be only one or two questions on the January ballot, and Bishop Simeon Hall’s criticism of the Bahamas Christian Council’s position on the gambling issue.

We also discuss the Coconut Grove Business League calling for government to eliminate one-way traffic on Blue Hill Road and Market Street. And we get views on what should be the penalties following last week’s game-ending high school basketball brawl between the C.I Gibson Rattlers and C.C. Sweeting Cobras.

Also, we talk with Leslie Vanderpool, Founder and Executive Director of the Bahamas International Film Festival, about this year’s festival, running December 6-9.

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