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Powerball Destroys State Lottery. 2005-08-09
Hoosier Lottery has had some issues recently with sinking profits or employees revealing the location of a previous winning ticket. The new head of a certain governmental agency is focusing on trying to run things differently. It is their duty to make things fair for the players, and they havenít as of late.
The biggest problem came from staff cuts. These staff cuts included a statistician, and a director of administration. The prize payment had savings of $500,000.
Last year, the lottery returned $199 million to the state. That amount is expected to drop to about $190 million. Since things are dropping, things are not looking good for the economy of the state.
Maybe all of this is a loss to low powerball payouts. On the other side of things, jackpots for the multi-state lottery drawings are high. Hoosiers buy tickets only for the lotto, and not for powerball, itís just an addition to the games. When powerball is down, it is not purchased at all. It seems that Hoosier Lottery hasnít yet understood what can be good for the state, through the games chosen by its citizens.
(By Andrea)