Calling it a “dishonest way to fund public education,” Rep. John Diehl, the St. Louis-area Republican who is set to become speaker of the Missouri House, wants voters to decide whether the state’s 30-year-old lottery should come to an end.
Calling it a “dishonest way to fund public education,” Rep. John Diehl, the St. Louis-area Republican who is set to become speaker of the Missouri House, wants voters to decide whether the state’s 30-year-old lottery should come to an end. File photo The Kansas City Star
Calling it a “dishonest way to fund public education,” Rep. John Diehl, the St. Louis-area Republican who is set to become speaker of the Missouri House, wants voters to decide whether the state’s 30-year-old lottery should come to an end. File photo The Kansas City Star

Missouri House leader wants to give voters the option to end the lottery

October 01, 2014 08:53 AM