The Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins takes part in a charity exhibition game in October 2013. A bill before the state Legislature would let nonprofits associated with professional sports teams give half the proceeds to the winner when they conduct raffles at games.
The Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins takes part in a charity exhibition game in October 2013. A bill before the state Legislature would let nonprofits associated with professional sports teams give half the proceeds to the winner when they conduct raffles at games. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
The Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins takes part in a charity exhibition game in October 2013. A bill before the state Legislature would let nonprofits associated with professional sports teams give half the proceeds to the winner when they conduct raffles at games. Hector Amezcua Sacramento Bee file
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Bid to link sports and charity raffles divides California nonprofits

July 16, 2015 05:01 PM

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