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Corbett's second try at Lottery contract will be revealing

March 14, 2013

Facing a Saturday deadline to appeal its rejected Lottery contract in court, Gov....

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Mar-20-13 9:12 AM

"The Lottery employees union also has protested the contract on the grounds that employees would lose their jobs under the deal, but Camelot, the British firm bidding to manage the Lottery, contends it would would expand the number of Lottery employees." Would that be like some of the industries that come into the industrial parks citing high paying jobs but putting people in that they brought in?

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Mar-18-13 1:06 PM

Corbett should leave the lottery alone. How can he grant a twenty year contract? Outrageous.

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Mar-16-13 10:01 AM

Care should be taken when comparing management groups, such as for New Jersey, Indiana, Illinois... Corbett's bedfellow, Camelot Group, deserves a LONG, Hard look before simple verbiage nails the coffin shut.

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