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Multi-State Lottery Association: No Illinois Budget, No Lottery

Newsmax Friday, 16 June 2017
The Multi-State Lottery Association may dump Illinois unless the state agrees on a budget, which soon means no Powerball or Mega Millions tickets unless you go to another state.
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Iowa's top court on Friday overturned the fraud and tampering conviction of a former multi-state lottery worker because prosecutors waited too long to bring charges, but the former employee still faces prison time for crimes in Wisconsin.

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