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PA Lottery sets sales record but Gov. Corbett keeps pushing backroom deal to privatize

Another month, another extension.

The Corbett administration’s deal with a British firm to run the Pennsylvania Lottery continues to remain alive – at least until the end of October.

Administration officials said Wednesday that Camelot Global Services had agreed to extend through Oct. 29 its bid to manage the lottery. Corbett’s office has sought a series of extensions since state Attorney General Kathleen Kane ruled in February that the lottery deal violated the state constitution.

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