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Legislative Briefs: Lottery money could be spent on more education needs

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Posted: Thursday, February 28, 2013 11:14 pm

North Carolina counties could spend their share of state lottery profits on digital textbooks and devices and high-speed Internet for local schools in a bill that’s cleared the state House.

Representatives voted overwhelmingly Thursday in favor of the bill, which gives counties the ability to use money that right now must be spent on brick-and-mortar school construction. The overall distribution of lottery profits to counties wouldn’t change.

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