Lottery funding, a mixed blessing

07/16/2003 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Although 22 states use proceeds from lotteries to fund education, some in the field say this can be deceiving: Lottery money often doesn't add to school funding but replaces money that would have normally gone to education. States that use funds solely for education also play a risky game, for lottery spending is not constant.

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