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Lottery's burst of spending eats into aid for localities

By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / December 17, 2008

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State Treasurer Timothy P. Cahill often says that the Massachusetts Lottery has enjoyed unprecedented growth under his leadership. But a review of lottery records shows that exploding administrative costs at the agency have soaked up a large portion of the new revenue, limiting the amount it shares with Massachusetts cities and towns. (Full article: 1413 words)

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