State ex rel. Six v. Kansas Lottery, 186 P.3d 183 (Kan. 2008)

The Kansas Constitution banned lotteries unless they were controlled by the state. The attorney general filed an original action in quo warranto and mandamus challenging the constitutionality of the Expanded Lottery Act, on the grounds that the lottery was not sufficiently state-controlled. The district court found the lottery was constitutional and the Attorney General appealed….

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