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February 07, 2020

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Nothing to do in SW Iowa except struggle along in the cold and poverty. Iowa lottery is not redistributeing the wealth. Just another tax so the states get more. Legislators need to go back to serving for free . They use to have professions. When the sales tax reaches 10% we can just cut the “mob” into our wallets. Happy Iowa=crap

So why Feb. 8? It’s not Iowa’s birthday. That’s Dec. 28, when Iowa became the nation’s 29th state back in 1846. But the National Day Calendar folks have declared an official day for each U.S. state in the order they joined the union, and Iowa’s date just happens to be tomorrow.

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As the lottery’s vice president of external relations, I’m a member of the senior management team at the Iowa Lottery, where I’ve worked since 1999. I’ve spent my years at the lottery learning as much as I can about all the ins and outs of the lottery industry. I’ll put that knowledge to work here so I can share the behind-the-scenes details with you!