Alabama lottery debate to continue after Senate passes one bill, carries second over

4.07.21. In the enclosed article from the Montgomery Advertiser, Kirsten Fiscus and Bryan Lyman discuss the results of the Alabama Senate debate on the lottery. The most significant messaging points are captured in the following quote: “The Alabama Senate passed a lottery bill Wednesday. But not the one that would establish a lottery. The chamber Wednesday approved legislation enabling a lottery after hours of debate and amendments that would use money to reduce the state sales tax on groceries and for educational loans. But it stopped short of approving the constitutional amendment that would establish the lottery in the state.”

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