The Winner of the S.C. Lottery Remains in Dispute

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Another controversy has erupted in South Carolina’s three-year attempt to establish a lottery.

Officials at the state’s procurement office overturned a September decision to award the $7.5 million ad account to Erwin-Penland. Instead, they handed the business to Rawle Murdy Associates.

Rawle Murdy in Charleston, S.C., essentially demanded a review of the “scoring” that underpinned the board’s Sept.

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