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  • Yes, state lotteries often harm more than benefit communities.

    Even though the state lottery revenues go towards worthy causes like education or public works funds, people who often buy lottery tickets have problems and don't know when to stop buying them. This leads to more destructive behavior, and it would be best for the community as a whole if the lotteries were eliminated.

  • Lotteries are bad

    With odds stacked sky high against actually winning a jackpot, lottery players lose an average of 47 cents on the dollar for each ticket.
    Yet poor people are far more likely to buy tickets than their wealthier counterparts. They spend a larger percentage of their income on the lottery, and many studies of state lotteries have found that low

  • Lotteries are bad

    With odds stacked sky high against actually winning a jackpot, lottery players lose an average of 47 cents on the dollar for each ticket.
    Yet poor people are far more likely to buy tickets than their wealthier counterparts. They spend a larger percentage of their income on the lottery, and many studies of state lotteries have found that low

  • Lotteries are bad

    With odds stacked sky high against actually winning a jackpot, lottery players lose an average of 47 cents on the dollar for each ticket.
    Yet poor people are far more likely to buy tickets than their wealthier counterparts. They spend a larger percentage of their income on the lottery, and many studies of state lotteries have found that low

  • Lotteries are bad

    With odds stacked sky high against actually winning a jackpot, lottery players lose an average of 47 cents on the dollar for each ticket.
    Yet poor people are far more likely to buy tickets than their wealthier counterparts. They spend a larger percentage of their income on the lottery, and many studies of state lotteries have found that low

  • They are bad

    I think that lotteries are bad because they do not With odds stacked sky high against actually winning a jackpot, lottery players lose an average of 47 cents on the dollar for each ticket.
    Yet poor people are far more likely to buy tickets than their wealthier counterparts. They spend a larger percentage of their income on the lottery, and many studies of state lotteries have found that low

  • They are bad

    I think that lotteries are bad because they do not With odds stacked sky high against actually winning a jackpot, lottery players lose an average of 47 cents on the dollar for each ticket.
    Yet poor people are far more likely to buy tickets than their wealthier counterparts. They spend a larger percentage of their income on the lottery, and many studies of state lotteries have found that low

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  • I like pie

    Yes we will all die so it doesnt matter :D 40 more words to go guyss oh sht now itss 29 im on a rool if this keeps going oh got its 17 words now almost at the max you just have too keep reading for 3 more words bye.

  • I like pie

    Yes we will all die so it doesnt matter :D 40 more words to go guyss oh sht now itss 29 im on a rool if this keeps going oh got its 17 words now almost at the max you just have too keep reading for 3 more words bye.

  • I believe that Lotteries do more GOOD than HARM

    I believe that this is true because winning the lottery can be a good thing to have so you can give it to the poor or send it to your family that lives elsewhere that is poor.
    For example: Winning the lottery ($1,000,000,000 CD) then sending it to the Philippines to the poor people that are in the Philippines.

  • I believe that state lotteries do more harm than good.



    I believe that state lotteries do more good than harm. State lotteries make an incredible amount of
    money, which can be used for many constructive purposes. For example, in Georgia, the state lottery
    was used to fund the Hope scholarship, which helped many children from lower
    income families graduate from college.



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