Some say Wisconsin lottery hasn't lived up to billing
APPLETON, Wis. (AP) — Twenty-five years after the Wisconsin Lottery sold its first ticket, the game has generated $3.5 billion in property tax relief.
Lottery officials say they're pleased with that figure, but others say the lottery hasn't lived up to the lofty predictions that were tossed around when state residents first voted to authorize the game.
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