N.J. Lottery Operator Bypasses Penalty as Revenue MissesElise Young
Nine months after Governor Chris Christie put New Jersey’s lottery into private hands, the contractor trailed its revenue target and drained more than two-thirds of credits against poor performance, designed to last through 2029.
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