Massachusetts could gain roughly $4 billion in up-front payments by privatizing its lottery system and licensing three slot machine parlors, according to state Treasurer Timothy Cahill.

Cahill yesterday announced his proposal before the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. Cahill also said the state and local governments would receive up to $1.1 billion in annual revenue from allowing private corporations to operate the entities.

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