Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane on Thursday rejected a contract sought by Governor Tom Corbett that would let a British firm manage the $3.5-billion Pennsylvania Lottery.
Her decision comes after Corbett undertook a nine-month process to find and hire a private company to replace state employees atop one of the nation's largest lotteries. He settled on London-based Camelot Global Services.
Governor Corbett says he’s deeply disappointed, he disagrees with the attorney general’s analysis and decision and he will review legal options.
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