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$1.5B in lottery sales – where it goes

Players spend more than $1.5 billion a year on Maryland lottery tickets and get about $1 billion back in winnings — on average, a 50-cent return for every dollar they spend. Here’s where the money they lose goes:

$1.5B in lottery sales – where it goes

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Players spend more than $1.5 billion a year on Maryland lottery tickets and get about $1 billion back in winnings — on average, a 50-cent return for every dollar they spend. Here’s where the money they lose goes:

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Gambling in Md. Part 1: Low-income players drive lottery sales, big source of state revenues

GAMBLING in Maryland: Part 1 This is the first part of a four-day series by Capital News Service examining how Maryland uses gambling to raise revenues. It starts with

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Obama is right: Paul Ryan’s budget is a ‘stinkburger’

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By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Partners for Open Space prepared this infographic to oppose the diversion of open space funds. Environmental and land conservation advocates, along with county officials across the state, are

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