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Resource ID: #8819
Subject: Lotteries
Source: Village Voice (New York)


Village Voice (New York) looks at the state's lottery system, which was set up in the late 1960s to aid public schools; finds that most of the lottery money generated from New York City is used on upstate schools, not those within the city; the people who play and pay are usually the poorest; 45 cents of every dollar raised goes to education while the rest goes for prizes and administration, Dec. 3, 1991.

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