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Lottery losers sue for change
The Kentucky Lottery Corp. has been hit with another lawsuit challenging its Extra Cash game and its advertising.Keith B. Hunter, former general counsel for the lottery, said he filed the suit last week after seeing a news report about another one filed early this year.Both his lawsuit and the one filed earlier by Ronald Hub, of Stanton, take issue with the wording in a lottery brochure, which was changed after Hub filed his lawsuit. The original brochure said the single-digit numbers on the tic
Oct 13, 2003, 3:50 am - Lottery News

Record Kentucky lottery sales
The Kentucky Lottery has never been bigger... or more profitable.More local retailers are using it to supplement their profits. More players are chasing the dreams of a millionaire's jackpot. And state government is putting record profits to use funding more and more educational grants and scholarships.But competition on the horizon could halt the growth of the 14-year-old venture.The figures for fiscal year 2003 released by the Kentucky Lottery Corp. earlier this month tell the story of the rec
Oct 10, 2003, 5:17 am - Lottery News

Neighbor states may lose lottery windfall
A solitary billboard between Nashville and the Kentucky state line tells the story of what surrounding states have to lose or possibly gain when Tennessee begins its own lottery next year.The billboard, leased by the Kentucky lottery, announces the latest Powerball jackpot. It is a subtle reminder that lottery tickets are available not far ahead.Kentucky does little to promote its lottery in Tennessee, spokewoman Sara Westerman said. But it would like to keep as much as possible of the estimated
Oct 8, 2003, 4:42 am - Lottery News

Kentucky lottery advertising changed in response to suit
A semiretired bookkeeper has sued the Kentucky Lottery Corp., accusing it of falsely advertising how numbers in one of its instant-win games are picked.Ronald B. Hub's lawsuit, filed in Jefferson County Circuit Court, seeks $1,000 in compensatory damages and $10 million in punitive damages.It claims a promotional brochure by the lottery stated that the single-digit numbers printed on Extra Cash tickets are randomly generated. However, Hub says losing numbers were printed much more frequently e
Oct 7, 2003, 5:26 am - Lottery News

Man Sues Kentucky Lottery for $10 Million
A semi-retired Stanton, Ky., bookkeeper is trying to beat the Kentucky Lottery Corp. over its own game.Ronald B. Hub said he believed the lottery wasn't playing by its own rules and he wants it punished to the tune of $10 million in a lawsuit he filed.In the Jefferson Circuit Court suit he filed without a lawyer, Hub challenged the lottery's claim in a promotional brochure that the single-digit numbers printed on tickets in its Extra Cash games were randomly generated.He cited tickets he bough
Oct 6, 2003, 4:21 am - Lottery News

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