South Carolina Gambling and Lotteries Laws
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Whether you’ve dropped a few bucks on a Powerball ticket or rolled the dice on a casino cruise out of Myrtle Beach, both activities are covered under the Palmetto State’s gambling and lotteries laws. State statutes on gambling and lotteries regulate (and in some cases prohibit) activities such as casino gaming, horse racing, and dog racing. These laws also dictate the manner in which state lottery revenues are distributed. Click on the links below for information on South Carolina-specific gambling and lotteries laws, including whether you can have an office March Madness pool and where lottery revenue is allocated.
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