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  2. Texas Lottery - Wikipedia

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    The voters of Texas approved an amendment to the Texas Constitution November 5, 1991 authorizing lottery sales in Texas. The Texas Lottery Commission created an unusual contest for the Lottery logo: designs from a contracted advertising agency were pitted against designs from the general public.

  3. Lotteries in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Lotteries in the United States did not always have sterling reputations. One early lottery in particular, the National Lottery, which was passed by Congress for the beautification of Washington, D.C. and was administered by the municipal government, was the subject of a major U.S. Supreme Court decision – Cohens v. Virginia.

  4. Wisconsin Lottery - Wikipedia

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    The Wisconsin Lottery is run by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue and was authorized in 1988 by the state legislature. It is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL). Its games consist of Mega Millions, Powerball, Megabucks, Supercash!, Badger 5, Pick 3, Pick 4, All or Nothing, and scratch games.

  5. Lottery - Wikipedia

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    A lottery is a form of gambling that involves the drawing of numbers at random for a prize. Some governments outlaw lotteries, while others endorse it to the extent of organizing a national or state lottery. It is common to find some degree of regulation of lottery by governments.

  6. List of Texas state agencies - Wikipedia

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    The following is a list of Texas state agencies. List of agencies. Angelina and Neches River Authority; ... Texas Lottery Commission; Texas Medical Board;

  7. North Carolina Education Lottery - Wikipedia

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    The North Carolina Education Lottery (NCEL) is run by the government of North Carolina. It was established after Governor Mike Easley signed the North Carolina State Lottery Act and the 2005 Appropriations Act. North Carolina has one of the United States' youngest lottery systems, having been enacted in 2005.

  8. Texas Education Agency - Wikipedia

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    The Texas Education Agency (TEA) is the branch of the government of Texas responsible for public education in Texas in the United States. The agency is headquartered in the William B. Travis State Office Building in downtown Austin .

  9. New Jersey Lottery - Wikipedia

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    It was New Jersey Lottery's response to the initial wave of terminal-based, all-cash, lottery games with a higher prize potential than those offered in Pick-3 and Pick-4 games. Rather than an all-number field, the game used 52 cards from a standard deck of playing cards.