Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett said Friday that the state’s Department of Revenue will submit a revised contract to the Office of Attorney General for Camelot Global Services to take over as the private manager of the Pennsylvania Lottery.

Last month, Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane blocked the contract to allow Camelot to operate and manage the Pennsylvania Lottery on the basis that it violated the state constitution.

Kane said at the time that the state’s executive branch exceeded its authority by “unlawfully infringing on the General Assembly’s power to make basic policy choices regarding the management and operation of the Lottery”.

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