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Hopefully, lottery privatization will be viewed objectively

January 10, 2013

Next Monday is a very big date in the debate over whether to turn the Pennsylvania Lottery over to private business....

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jeanjae

Jan-10-13 7:47 AM

Would Corbett have any interest in privatizing the lottery if it were not unionized?

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rick424

Jan-10-13 7:55 AM

There is nothing objective about this. Get Corbett out.

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MrShaman

Jan-10-13 8:28 AM

"And the states that have grasped the concept of privatizing services, such as Indiana, have shown dramatic fiscal and economic health improvement.

It's time for Pennsylvania to join that group and the lottery is a worthy place to start."

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You lobbyi$t$ need to do a better job of identifying your client.

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Zippie

Jan-12-13 10:29 PM

If it is privitized, will we have to pay sales tax on our tickets?

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