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Topic closed. 5 replies. Last post 14 years ago by CASH Only.

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Least likely to sell either MM or PB ?

California [ 2 ]  [33.33%]
Florida [ 3 ]  [50.00%]
Texas [ 1 ]  [16.67%]
Total Valid Votes [ 6 ]  
Discarded Votes [ 2 ]  

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Posted: May 25, 2003, 8:07 am - IP Logged
CA is a MUSL member; however, they joined because of the proposed "international" game.

FL's previous governor approved PB; Jeb Bush vetoed the game.


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    Posted: May 27, 2003, 10:03 am - IP Logged

    A very good argument can be made that CA, FL, and TX should form a third alliance, to compete with PB and MM (again, CA has no intention to sell PB.)


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      Posted: May 27, 2003, 10:14 am - IP Logged

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        Posted: May 27, 2003, 10:18 am - IP Logged

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          Posted: May 27, 2003, 12:53 pm - IP Logged
          Lottoscorp:

          I read somewhere that TX can break up into five states "whenever they want".


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            Posted: May 30, 2003, 2:02 am - IP Logged

            I read there was/is a fairly recent movement for northern California (and southern Oregon) to become its own state. Of course, this is not the proper forum for that discussion, but, you have to wonder how lotteries would be affected if state lines were changed, added, or removed. After all, look at the many changes of international boundaries in just the last 15 years in eastern Europe.