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Cannot implicitly convert type bool to System.Web.UI.Webcontrols.CheckBox

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I am reading data from a table in a database.  The data is a type bool.  When I read the data and then try to display that data on the screen to the user I get this error message.  I oringially used a checkbox to save the data and I am trying to read the data back into the checkbox to show if it was check or not.  Can someone point out what I am doing wrong?

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Cannot implicitly convert type 'bool?' to 'System.Web.UI.WebControls.CheckBox'      


here is my code:
cbCT = myProviderReferralQueue.CT;

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cbCT.Checked = myProviderReferralQueue.CT;
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Thank you very much.
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