Daily Herald: National lottery proposed to aid education

Democratic Senate candidate Denise Majette is proposing a national lottery, saying it could raise more than $105 billion for education over 10 years.

“Professional politicians have offered nothing but the same old rhetoric,” Majette, who currently represents Georgia’s 4th district in the House of Representatives, said in a news release. Attempting “to offer something new,” the lottery will help reduce class size, improve test scores and “provide America’s children the education they deserve,” she contends.

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