Hoosier Lottery turns over $312 million to state

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(WEHT) – The Hoosier Lottery is turning over $312 million in profits to the state because revenue from lottery ticket sales are up about 6%.

Most of Indiana’s lottery proceeds go toward reducing auto excise taxes and boosting pension funds for teachers, police officers, and firefighters.

Lottery officials said this is a record amount that is being transferred to the state.

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(This story was originally published on September 4, 2019)

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