Alabama lawmakers head toward lottery vote
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama lawmakers are heading toward a vote on lottery law, with the objective of in the end placing the proposal as much as a statewide vote.
The Senate Tourism and Marketing Committee will vote on a lottery invoice Tuesday. Senate President Pro Tempore Del Marsh says his objective is to get a invoice sooner than the overall Senate on Thursday.
The committee is ready to imagine a invoice by means of Republican Sen. Greg Albritton of Atmore that will prohibit a lottery to paper tickets. A rival invoice to additionally permit digital playing terminals at state canine tracks isn’t at the time table.
If the proposal is authorized, the theory would move to a statewide vote.
Albritton says he is constructive concerning the invoice’s possibilities, however cautions it’s not a “slam dunk.”
Alabama is one among 5 states and not using a state lottery.