The main and only purpose of a state lottory was to increase the revenue of that state. A lottory was just another tax on people willing to be taxed.
How can NJ justify selling off a source of revenue? Can I "buy" the property tax receipts of NJ? Does NJ have the right to sell off tax revenue?
I suppose they do. If a state or town or county can take any property away from a citizen and sell that property to another citizen, then states have evolved into a tryanny and can do what they please.
What I don't understand is how incumbents managed to get re-elected. Are they "stealing" the election? They must be!