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How the $5 billion lottery is making its money back

How the $5 billion lottery is making its money back

It was only last month that the Pennsylvania lottery had an annual surplus of $5.5 billion.

But that is no longer the case.

Pennsylvania Lottery Chairman Scott Stivers announced Wednesday that the state is back in surplus after the state lost more than $500 million last year, according to a press release from the lottery’s board of directors.

The surplus is the first time the state has had a surplus since January.

“Our lottery program has done well, and it’s just an indication of our great business, which we’ve been able to bring back to Pennsylvania,” Stivers said.

“We’re proud of our hard work.

We’re proud that the money we’ve invested is making our state even better.

I’m confident that we’ll be able to return to a sustainable level in the future.”

The state was also able to keep its lottery programs running after the federal government declared it insolvent last year.

The state’s lottery was the state’s largest, drawing more than half a million people in the first year of operation.

That was followed by the state lottery and lottery kiosks.

In the third year of operations, the state had more than 8,000 kiosks and more than 1,600 lottery machines.

The surplus in 2018 was $4.6 billion, with an operating surplus of nearly $1 billion.

In the fiscal year ending June 30, the lottery had a $2.3 billion operating surplus.