Opinion: States must clarify how lotteries will fund education

04/15/2004 | USA Today

In an opinion piece, mathematics professor Donald E. Miller says he wondered why states that had adopted lotteries during the 1970s and 1980s continue to ask for more education funding. His subsequent study revealed that politicians couldn't resist using lottery proceeds to replace existing funding sources for schools rather than augment them.

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