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Montana Non-Profit Lottery Act (2008)

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Montana I-157 was also known as the Non-Profit Lottery Act. It was approved for petition circulation for the 2008 ballot but was later withdrawn. [1]

According to the ballot title written by the Montana Attorney General, "I-157 allows nonprofit corporations established for the purpose of acquiring or enhancing access to land and wildlife or habitat to conduct lotteries. A nonprofit corporation conducting a lottery under I-157 must obtain a permit from the Department of Justice. The nonprofit corporation cannot spend more than 18.5% of the funds raised on administrative expenses."

Kurt Kephart was the sponsor of the initiative.

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  1. 2008 Ballot Issues (dead link) Montana Secretary of State