The New Hampshire lottery is one of the oldest in the country and was founded in 1964. It offers a wide variety of games, including Lucky for Life, Powerball, Mega Millions, Tri-State Megabucks Plus, and numerous scratch tickets.
The Rhode Island lottery is run by the government of the state of Rhode Island. It is a charter member of the Multi-State Lottery Association, which is made up of other states that have a lottery. The modern form of the lottery was instituted in 1974 after a constitutional amendment was passed.
The Connecticut lottery is a state lottery in Connecticut. It was first created in 1971, by then-Gov. Thomas Meskill, as part of Public Act No. 865. The first tickets were sold on February 15, 1972.
The Pennsylvania lottery is operated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It was created in 1971 by the Pennsylvania General Assembly. Its first executive director, Henry Kaplan, was appointed in September 1971.
Lotteries in Austria have a well-developed system of regulation. While each jurisdiction faces its own set of political issues, the Austrian system of regulation has a track record of success and is often cited as a model for other jurisdictions. As a result, Austria’s Lotteries and Casinos Austria manage a wide variety of products and services that meet the needs of government, players, and shareholders, and the general public.
The New York lottery is a state-run lottery that started in 1967. The lottery is administered by the New York State Gaming Commission and provides revenue for public education. Its headquarters are in Schenectady.