Gov. Tom Corbett’s decision on how to proceed with the proposed privatization of the Pennsylvania Lottery could come by week’s end, the state’s revenue director said.
Last week, Attorney General Kathleen Kane rejected a 20-year, $35 billion professional management agreement with Britain’s Camelot Global Services as unconstitutional. Some provisions needed legislative approval, she said, while others contradicted gaming laws. Camelot, which runs Britain’s national lottery, has granted a six-day extension on the agreement. That extension will expire Friday.