Texas Votes To End State Lottery?


The Texas House cast a shocking vote on Tuesday to potentially dismantle the state lottery — only to reverse itself after a few frantic hours. House Bill 2197 began as a seemingly routine proposal to continue the operations of the Texas Lottery Commission until September 2025. But opposition mounted after tea party lawmakers called the lottery a de-facto tax on the state’s low-income residents.


1 Comment to “Texas Votes To End State Lottery?”

    Perla said:
    April 25, 2013 at 9:18 AM

    Pastors instead of stopping lottery games, stop breaking families accepting gay marriages , marriege between man and woman . Lottery entertain without a compromise.

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