In 2009, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn turned over management of the state lottery to a private firm. The Chicago Tribune analyzed the company’s scratch-off games and found 40 percent of the big prizes were never awarded because the games were ended early.
In 2009, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn turned over management of the state lottery to a private firm. The Chicago Tribune analyzed the company’s scratch-off games and found 40 percent of the big prizes were never awarded because the games were ended early. Seth Perlman AP
In 2009, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn turned over management of the state lottery to a private firm. The Chicago Tribune analyzed the company’s scratch-off games and found 40 percent of the big prizes were never awarded because the games were ended early. Seth Perlman AP