North Dakota resisted Powerball price increase
Published 01/02/2012, The Jamestown Sun
North Dakota fought the Powerball lottery’s decision to double its ticket price from $1 to $2, and state lottery director Randy Miller worries the move could reduce ticket sales by more than one-third. “At this point, we’re uncertain what it’s going to do,” Miller said of the price rise, which takes effect Jan. 15 in North Dakota, South Dakota and the 40 other states where the game is offered.Word count: 591
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