Gary Rotstein, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Jun 4, 2019, 7:26 AM
In a confusing, complicated coincidence involving some of the billions of dollars state residents devote to gambling every year, unrelated accusations Monday contended either the Pennsylvania Lottery is being cheated out of millions in revenue or is doing big-time cheating itself.
Or both of those are taking place. Or possibly neither.
The uncertainty occurs despite state officials’ high confidence in one fact: The lottery is on track for a record of nearly $1.2 billion in revenue in 2018-19. Continue reading