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Missouri Lottery tops $21-million for education with November numbers

The Missouri Lottery raised more than $21.5 million from November ticket sales to transfer to the Lottery Proceeds Fund for public education today. The monthly transfer is $21,523,794, which brings the total for the fiscal year to more than $130.7 million.
Since Missouri Lottery sales started in 1986, the Lottery has generated more than $4.7 billion for the state and public education. Programs funded in FY13 include the A+ Scholarship Program, the Foundation Program and Access Missouri. For complete information about Missouri Lottery proceeds, including maps of proceeds by program and by county, see the “Where the $ Goes” section at MOLottery.com.

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