Wyoming Senate Passes Lottery Bill
by Jeff Schuman, email@example.com
The Wyoming State Senate voted 18-10 Friday afternoon to give final approval to the bill that would create a Wyoming lottery.
Differences between the Senate and House versions of the bill still need to be worked out. If Governor Mead approves the measure, the Cowboy State will become the 44th state to offer a lottery.
The bill is expected to be on Mead's desk by sometime next week. The Governor has not taken a firm position on the bill, but has said that he does not have any moral objections to a state lottery.
K2's Jeff Schuman explains how the process would work to determine what games would be played.