CHICAGO - Indiana would privatize its state lottery or issue bonds backed by future lottery growth to fund a new college scholarship fund under a proposal set forth this week by Gov. Mitch Daniels.

In 2007, Daniels, a Republican, floated a similar lottery lease proposal that died in the General Assembly. This week some legislative leaders predicted the lottery lease still lacks the necessary political support, while the bonding proposal could gain traction.

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