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Pa. lottery deal becomes political football

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luckyshoes's avatar - yocco
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Posted: February 15, 2013, 10:36 am - IP Logged

HyperTribuneReview headline 2-15-13

                Kane Kills Lottery Deal

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    mightwin's avatar - questns

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    Posted: February 15, 2013, 3:55 pm - IP Logged

    I see michigan is looking for bids to do more with the lottery, i.e. internet, mobile phones etc. Let's see how much they can mess things up. Seems like a trend

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      Posted: February 16, 2013, 8:44 am - IP Logged

      GREAT NEWS!!! SOMEONE WITH SENSE FINALLY ARRIVES TO SAVE THE DAY!!!

      Life Is Wonderful If You Don't Weaken

        dpoly1's avatar - driver
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        Posted: February 16, 2013, 10:15 am - IP Logged

        She said no for political reasons!

        She is on a political vendeta!

        dpoly1 - Playing the lottery to save the jobs of those that build, transport, sell & maintain luxury items! -

         

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          Posted: February 19, 2013, 10:08 am - IP Logged

          When the structure of the vendor market opens to new players, with progressive ideas for web-crafted products (and a fair chance of having their work vetted) Lotteries will benefit from solutions not currently available.

          Just look at the number of lottery-facing startups that have come and gone over the last 15 years; venture capital now runs for the hills whenever a deal focused on this underserved global market is presented. As the saying goes: nothing comes from nothing.

          Innovation will not occur in a virtual duopoly, with stranglehold on the business dynamics of any industry!

            rdgrnr's avatar - walt
            Way back up in them dadgum hills, son!
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            Posted: February 21, 2013, 1:10 am - IP Logged

            When the structure of the vendor market opens to new players, with progressive ideas for web-crafted products (and a fair chance of having their work vetted) Lotteries will benefit from solutions not currently available.

            Just look at the number of lottery-facing startups that have come and gone over the last 15 years; venture capital now runs for the hills whenever a deal focused on this underserved global market is presented. As the saying goes: nothing comes from nothing.

            Innovation will not occur in a virtual duopoly, with stranglehold on the business dynamics of any industry!

            Innovation usually goes by the wayside when government or unions are part of any process calling the shots.