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KENO Revenue Predictions May Have Been too Optimistic

Wednesday, November 26, 2008 at 8:44 AM

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Earlier this year, amid a flurry of controversy, Governor Ted Strickland asked Ohio lottery officials to launch a new game, KENO. The governor said it could bring in enough extra profits to protect Ohio schools from spending cuts that were hitting other state programs. Now comes word that revenue predictions for KENO may have been too optimistic. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports.


Education, Government/Politics, Statehouse News Bureau

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