The State Lottery bill took another step forward Thursday, as it cleared second reading in the Senate. Those in favor of the bill point out that many Wyoming residents are spending money out of state, money that could be spent right here in Wyoming. Representative Rosie Berger.
The Senate added an amendment Thursday that would protect that state if the lottery doesn't make money and ends up incurring debt. The Senate is expected to vote on the bill one final time on Friday.