We hear all the time that government should run like a business – and that's exactly what the hard-working people at the Lottery have done. The administrative costs are roughly 2 percent and the lottery is coming off its best year ever," Fillman said. "If this administration wants to expand gambling to create more revenue, we can do that right now,' Fillman said. "What does Camelot bring to the table?"
Protect Our Lottery's members are urging Pennsylvanians to contact Gov. Corbett directly and their lawmakers to stop the fire sale.
"Too many seniors depend on the lottery to afford prescription drugs, stay in their homes and maintain their quality of life to allow a rash decision to be made," Friday said.
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