The Pennsylvania Lottery says a winning ticket worth $728,528.50 from the March 4th drawing was sold at the Wawa located at 600 S Governor Printz Boulevard in Essington.
This is the second time that a British company has extended its bid to operate the Pennsyvlania Lottery since Pa. attorney general Kathleen Kane determined that the contract would violate the Pennsylvania constitution.
Executive Deputy Budget Secretary Peter Tartline said the bid from Camelot Global Services that was scheduled to expire Saturday has been extended through Friday.
Governor Tom Corbett says he’s reviewing his options now that the state attorney general has determined that he doesn’t have the authority to privatize the management of the Pennsylvania Lottery.
Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord has said he’s concerned that adding Keno to the Lottery is an expansion of gaming, and that, he says, would require legislative approval.
A Canadian company owns a British company that would operate Pennsylvania’s lottery,” Madonna explains.
Corbett traveled to Hershey, Pa. to pitch a group of senior citizens about the benefits a private lottery manager would bring.
Chris reviews the press conference held by President Obama on the debt ceiling and gun control and discusses it with John Hayward from Human Events. He also talks to Pennsylvania’s Lt. Governor Jim Cawley and discusses some polls conducted among Pennsylvanians by Harper Polling with Brock McLeary.
A Cash 5 ticket worth $330,000 that was sold in Montgomery County last year is set to expire.
Chris awaits tommorrow’s report on gun violence from Vice-President Joe Biden, he reviews the weekends NFL playoff matchups and the Golden Globe awards, and he explains the evolution from the Obamacare mandate to a mandate “plus.” He also talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna about the fight to raise the debt ceiling.
Members of a state Senate committee will have their chance to question Corbett administration officials about their plan to privatize the management of the Pennsylvania Lottery.
Democrats in the state legislature are fuming at word that the Corbett administration now plans to award a contract to a British firm to take over management of the Pennsylvania Lottery.
If you played a Cash 5 lottery ticket at a supermarket in Northeast Philadelphia, check your tickets, you could be a lot richer.
A holiday TV tradition in Pennsylvania is changing this year. The Pennsylvania Lottery’s “12 Days of Christmas” commercial, which originally aired in 1992, has been revamped.
Governor Tom Corbett’s spokesman disputes the claims of Democrats who say that adding games like Keno to the Lottery’s line-up would require an act of the legislature.