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  • No they should not

    Kids would waste their money or crap. Kids don't know how to spend their money and they would waste it on worthless stuff and end up in debt for the rest of their life . Kids would go buy drugs, and they would buy guns, and they would drive fancy cars and crash them into buildings

  • Better sign the bill

    It sounds harmless and even educational because when they don't win, it teaches them not to gamble, and if they DO win, you get millions of dollars, and i'm not just saying this because i'm 11. The closest my dad got to winning was 3 out of 5 numbers and all he got was 4 bucks but who cares?

  • Yes, I think so

    I think if kids are spending ridiculous amounts of money on something useless, then adults can step in and help steer them in the right direction, but if kids want to buy a lottery ticket just to have a chance at winning, why crush there dreams by telling them not to waste their time and money, when they might not even win.

  • Harmless and educational.

    If a couple kids want to spend a few dollars on a scratch ticket, why should we stop them? They'll end up losing a little money then probably won't go back for a while. If anything, they'll be less likely to gamble, given that scratch tickets have a very low chance of winning and kids will learn that gambling leads to lost money.

  • No they should not

    Kids would waste their money or crap. Kids don't know how to spend their money and they would waste it on worthless stuff and end up in debt for the rest of their life . Kids would go buy drugs, and they would buy guns, and they would drive fancy cars and crash them into buildings

  • No, they should not.

    There's no reason for kids to buy lotto tickets. It just teaches them to gamble, which while harmless on a small scale, can lead to a bad lifestyle if you let it go. People think that they can get rich quick, but it's usually just a waste of money. Kids should buy other things with their money, not blow it on the lottery.


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