Not With Our Games You Don'tPeter Hong
Lawmakers may not know much, but they're sure of one thing: People would rather gamble than pay taxes. In the past few years, as voters balked at new levies, 33 states and the District of Columbia bet that lotteries would spin off millions of dollars in new revenues. They bet right: The games netted states $7.8 billion last year.
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