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A collection of news and information related to Gaming and Lotteries published by Tribune Company sources. (Photo AP)
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  • Idea of an L.A. Voteria is gaining currency

    Idea of an L.A. <i>Voteria </i>is<i> </i>gaining currency
    The proposal to enter L.A. voters into a cash prize lottery, for the sake of increasing turnout, is easy to attack on numerous fronts. My first reaction to last week's recommendation by the L.A. City Ethics Commission? Horror. Or maybe it wasn't...
  • Sun Will Find Out Their Spot in Draft Lottery On Thursday

    Sun Will Find Out Their Spot in Draft Lottery On Thursday
    UNCASVILLE — The third phase of the rebuilding process for the Connecticut Sun gets its start Thursday when the WNBA holds its 2015 draft lottery. The Sun (13-21) finished the season in last place in the Eastern Conference for the second straight...
  • Jackpot rises to $160 million for Mega Millions

    Jackpot rises to $160 million for Mega Millions
    The mega-jackpot keeps rising. The jackpot for this week's Mega Millions game has jumped to $160 million. The drawing is Tuesday. The big prize is the result of a series of rollovers since July 1, including the most recent one on Friday. Tickets...
  • Sun's Disappointing Season Ends With 29-Point Win

    Sun's Disappointing Season Ends With 29-Point Win
    UNCASVILLE — Time ran out on the Connecticut Sun's season long before the clock did on Sunday's regular season finale at the Mohegan Sun Arena against the Atlanta Dream. The Sun's 84-55 win over the Eastern Conference champions was fancy window...
  • Quinn dismisses lottery management firm

    Quinn dismisses lottery management firm
    Gov. Pat Quinn has fired the private company that runs the Illinois Lottery after it fell nearly a half-billion dollars short of revenues it promised to raise for the state during the first three years of its 10-year contract.   It’s not clear...
  • How to keep Hollywood in Hollywood

    How to keep Hollywood in Hollywood
    Faced with a crisis of "runaway production" that is threatening one of Los Angeles' signature industries, California lawmakers are poised to quadruple the amount of money available to help persuade film and television productions to remain in the state....
  • Sun Wrapping Up Another Rebuilding Year

    Sun Wrapping Up Another Rebuilding Year
    UNCASVILLE — The second consecutive rebuilding year for the Connecticut Sun ends Sunday against the Atlanta Dream at the Mohegan Sun Arena with nothing remaining to gain but avoiding the league's worst record again. The Sun (12-21) began...
  • Lawmakers Unveil Overhaul of California's Film and TV Tax Credit Lottery

    California's means of awarding film and television tax credits would switch from a lottery system to one based on an applicant's ability to create new jobs, according to an outline of a series of amendments to pending legislation to expand and extend...
  • Finnegans Wake battles Arlington Million history

     Finnegans Wake battles Arlington Million history
    Although Finnegans Wake has heredity and environment going for him in Saturday's Arlington Million XXXII the history book suggests he won't wind up in the winner's circle. Finnegans Wake's sire, Powerscourt, won the 2005 Million (after being...
  • A case for malpractice reform

    The medical malpractice process was designed to allow fair and just compensation when a patient is harmed through negligent health care; it is an important part of our health care system. Ideally, it would function smoothly, bringing prompt justice to...
  • Feeling lucky? Los Angeles mulls lottery system in local elections

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Los Angeles city leaders are considering a lottery system to reward citizens for casting a ballot in local elections, in a measure to combat low voter turnout that officials and outside observers say could be a first for any U.S....