Utahns buy 19% of Idaho's lottery tic...

Utahns buy 19% of Idaho's lottery tickets About $1 of every $5 spent...

There are 2 comments on the Salt Lake Tribune story from Apr 5, 2012, titled Utahns buy 19% of Idaho's lottery tickets About $1 of every $5 spent.... In it, Salt Lake Tribune reports that:

About $1 of every $5 spent on traditional Idaho Lottery games -A such as the Mega Millions drawing that offered a record $656 million jackpot last week -A comes from neighboring Utah, which outlaws all forms of gambling.

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wow

United States

#1 Aug 2, 2012
i thought utah was mormon. REAL fkn mormons dont gamble. i was born and raised there and it wasnt that bad. IM ASHAMED OF YOU UTAH! but hey on the bright side, your better than people in any other state. but DAM! DONT GAMBLE, AND LIVE RITE, so u'll be THE BEST!

Since: Jun 12

Philippines

#2 Aug 6, 2012
haha.
had a tough life? u seem to hate things...
people want to try lottery to hit millions.. i don't think there's wrong with that..
good night :)

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