N.H. lottery looks to grab piece of Mass. Keno pot

New Hampshire, which already cleans this state’s clock by siphoning away retail sales thanks to its lack of a sales tax, just delivered a one-two punch that landed squarely in Massachusetts’ solar plexus. Designed to take the air out of the Bay State Lottery, New Hampshire recently approved legislation to fund all-day kindergarten by instituting Keno, while at the same time paving the way for limited online lottery sales.

That has to be the last straw for state Treasurer Deb Goldberg, who has pressed legislators for more than a year to let the Lottery move its products online. | More…

| Lowell Sun

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