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Seniors will pay the price for Lottery privatization, says The Patriot

Gov. Tom Corbett’s efforts to privatize the day-to-day management of the Pennsylvania Lottery may unfortunately turn into a costly failure for the state’s senior citizens.

As Capitol Bureau Chief Jan Murphy reported Tuesday on PennLive, the state has already spent more than $2.85 million on the private consultants it hired to massage the deal with the United Kingdom-based Camelot Global Services. And that cost could grow as the governor continues to pursue the privatization deal.

» Read the full story at PennLive.com