Oklahoma Lottery Act, Initiative 358 (1994)
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Initiative 358 would have created a new state statute, if it had passed.
The amendment would have created a state lottery operated by a created Oklahoma Lottery Authority. Approximately 50% percent of lottery money would go for prizes. After start-up costs, 35% percent of the lottery money would go to the State.
The number of signatures needed to qualify the measure for the ballot was 111,229. The number of signatures filed was 197,798.
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