A bill to privatize the Oklahoma lottery has been approved by the Senate and is being considered by a House committee.

The proposal would create an eight-person review board that would determine if the state would receive more money from the lottery if it were privatized. If six of the eight members find that to be the case, and the governor approves their findings, a private company would be allowed to take over the lottery operations.

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