Colorado Gambling and Lotteries Laws
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The Rocky Mountain State permits a wide range of gambling activities, including greyhound racing, slot machines, and simulcasts of horse racing. The state's various gambling laws lay out how these activities are to be regulated and what portion of the revenue, if any, goes to the state. Like most states, Colorado also operates an official state lottery to help raise revenue for education and other public services and programs. The state's lottery laws dictate how the state lottery is to be run and how the revenue should be allocated. If you're thinking about hitting the race track or buying a lottery ticket sometime soon, it's always a good idea to read up on the state's lottery laws, so you'll know just what's allowed and where your money is going.
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