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Gov. Phil Bryant has appointed four men and one woman to construct and oversee Mississippi’s state lottery, a corporation that could be up and running as early as late 2019, the Clarion Ledger reported on Friday.

Read Clarion Ledger reporter Luke Ramseth’s complete article here.

Legislative leaders said at the time the legislation passed that it could take as much as two years to get the games “up and running.”

Inside Gov. Phil Bryant’s crusade to save his lottery proposal

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