Texas Lottery officials announced Thursday that the state will draw $2.9 billion in lottery revenue on Wednesday from the new state lottery.
The lottery will draw more than $1.6 billion on Wednesday, and $1 billion on Thursday.
The state will pay out a total of $1,638,038,000 on Wednesday alone, a sum that will rise to $2,037,079,000 Thursday.
The state lottery will also collect $4,935,813,000 in prize money on Wednesday.
All of this money will be used to help fund the state’s Medicaid program, according to a statement issued by the Texas Lotteries Authority, which runs the lottery.
That means that some of the money will go toward the expansion of Medicaid and other social programs in the state.
This is just one of the big decisions the state made on Wednesday to support its Medicaid expansion.
The lottery will continue to operate as usual for the next few weeks, with no new sales of tickets, as the lottery’s rules allow.