is nearly one percentage point higher than the national one. But that hasn't stopped the state's lottery superintendent from travelling to London for a gaming conference while he suffer in the cold and snow.
One of the lowlights of Michael Jones' tenure occurred last year--when the lottery bounced $159,000 worth of prizes checks to 85 winners.
Jones, who has been a critic of the Illinois Lottery, will speak at a session called Innovation for Lotteries. Will he talk about those NSF checks?
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