Oregon Senate To Consider Bill Allowing Lottery Winners To Remain Anonymous

Oregon Senate To Consider Bill Allowing Lottery Winners To Remain Anonymous

The Senate Tourism Committee met on Tuesday, with the main focus centered on a bill from Senator Greg Albritton of Atmore for a statewide lottery to be established in the state.

The Senate Tourism approved the proposed constitutional amendment on a 6-5 vote, moving it to the Senate. 21 votes were the absolute minimum needed to pass. The topic is so hot that elected officials could see themselves ousted if the effort was not shown in trying to get that very well put together lottery bill agreed on to present to Alabama voters. This post will be updated as the engrossed bill becomes available.

Albritton said his bill would limit a lottery to paper tickets instead of allowing video lottery terminals.

Albritton's plan would apply net lottery revenues to repay $184 million transferred from the Alabama Trust Fund in 2013-2015 to balance the state budget.

Local senators were split on the bill with Sen.

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A proposal to start a state lottery a headed to a key Thursday vote in the Alabama Senate as supporters try to break Alabama's status as one of five states without the games.

"This is a paper lottery", Albritton said.

Alabama voters last went to the polls on the idea of a lottery in 1999, when they rejected a lottery proposed by then-Gov. Some lawmakers oppose expanding gambling.

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians, who operate mostly under federal authority, are the dominant gambling entity in the state, with electronic bingo casinos in Atmore, Montgomery and Wetumpka. Albritton said he will try to strip the amendment because he is concerned it could lead to widespread electronic gambling. "And now we have different stages of different types of gambling throughout different parts of the state".

It would take effect for students in the 2021-22 school year.

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