DALLAS - Texas lawmakers, dependent on declining lottery revenues to help cover school costs, are looking for ways to milk more money from the state-sponsored gaming program as Texans worry about losing their jobs.

Two state Senate committees this month discussed ways to increase the state's share of gaming revenues, including the possible sale of the state lottery, a move that Gov. Rick Perry proposed last year. Perry estimated that a sale would raise $14 billion.

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