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South Dakota Repeal Video Lottery, Initiative 4 (1992)

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South Dakota Issue 4 was on the 1992 ballot in South Dakota as an initiated state statute, where it was defeated.
  • Yes: 122,298
  • No: 207,607 Defeatedd

Text of measure

In 1989, the Legislature authorized the South Dakota Lottery Commission to offer video lottery games to the public. The Commission has implemented rules for conducting games and has given licenses for machines throughout the state. Income from video lottery games is split between the state general fund, and the private sector.

If passed, this initiative would repeal all statutory provisions authorizing video lottery games.

External links

I&R Institute ballot measure database for South Dakota

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