The Flint water fiasco is almost certain to be the first national story to appear on the front page of the Australian Financial Journal after the federal government announced a $10.3 billion plan last month to clean the city’s water supply and reverse its decline.
But that may not be the last story to be written about the crisis, and the story of the state lottery is not going to be an exception.
It has been more than four months since the state’s lottery company, Michigan Lottery and Gaming Corporation, applied for the license to run the lottery in the state.
The application came as a shock to many people who have been following the story over the past year.
The lottery company’s decision to run a state lottery has become the most significant political event in Michigan since Donald Trump’s presidential victory.
The US election was an unexpected and significant event for the state and, for months, commentators have been discussing the role of Donald Trump in the election.
While the state had previously been planning to run its own lottery in 2021, a state law in 2018 barred the state from doing so.
The law also made it illegal to hold the state or any other state-owned enterprise “solely” for the purpose of running a state-sponsored lottery.
The state had hoped to move ahead with a state and national lottery, but that plan has been put on hold until after the 2020 election.