GREENWOOD — Let’s imagine you’ve got a business, and you’re desperate to come up with a way to generate more revenue for it.
Your accountant presents you with two options.
With one you have to spend $70 to net $30.
GREENWOOD — The half-century history of state-run lotteries shows that they tend to be adopted when one or more of three things are happening:
1. A state is running short of money.
2. Neighboring states are operating lotteries.