Monday, September 14, 2015

Heckuva Job

Nobody could have predicted that letting a private company skim off some of the money would have left less money for the state? Math is so hard.
Ticket sales have topped $3 billion for the first time, but New Jersey’s lottery expects to send only $930 million back to the state to help fund social service programs — the lowest rate of return in nearly four decades.

At least some of Christie's pals got richer.