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SB 220 (2019) News & Articles

Alabamians will not be deciding whether or not they want a lottery during the 2020 Presidential primary next year. The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Steve Clouse (R-Ozark) says he can not get the 63 votes he needs to pass SB 220 and declared the bill dead…

Update 5/22/2019 1:32 P.M – State Rep. Steve Clouse has stated that the lottery is dead and will not come up this session. The Alabama Lottery bill failed a procedural vote by one vote yesterday. The vote was 53-36 with one abstention.  The bill, SB220,…

No one in either the Alabama House or Senate can seem to agree on how to spend revenue from a potential Alabama lottery. Last month, the Alabama Senate approved a lottery bill that would split earnings 50/50 between the Alabama Trust Fund and the General…

Alabama Lottery Bill Passes Senate

Written by Brent Wilson on April 25, 2019
Lottery

The Alabama Senate has passed SB 220, a “clean” paper lottery bill. The bill, sponsored by Greg Albritton (R – Atmore) and supported by Del Marsh (R – Anniston), would set up a traditional lottery system but leaves open a future where a lottery ticket…

Lottery

The Alabama Lottery bill will not be voted on in 2019. The Alabama Lottery debate is officially back. In the 2019 Legislative Regular Session, Alabama lawmakers will have at least two bills, the first two being introduced in the Senate by Jim McClendon. The Bills…