All four trustees of the Oklahoma Lottery Commission last week repeated their request that lawmakers remove a requirement that 35% of lottery revenues go to education so they can increase prize payouts to generate additional lottery sales. Increased sales in turn would generate an overall increase in money for education, they said.

Trustee chairman Bill Paul said it is hard to understand why Oklahoma would continue to mandate a profit restriction when the need for education funding continues to grow each year. 

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