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The Florida Statutes

The 2009 Florida Statutes

Title IV
Chapter 24
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Section 24.102, Florida Statutes 2009

24.102  Purpose and intent.--

(1)  The purpose of this act is to implement s. 15, Art. X of the State Constitution in a manner that enables the people of the state to benefit from significant additional moneys for education and also enables the people of the state to play the best lottery games available.

(2)  The intent of the Legislature is:

(a)  That the net proceeds of lottery games conducted pursuant to this act be used to support improvements in public education and that such proceeds not be used as a substitute for existing resources for public education.

(b)  That the lottery games be operated by a department of state government that functions as much as possible in the manner of an entrepreneurial business enterprise. The Legislature recognizes that the operation of a lottery is a unique activity for state government and that structures and procedures appropriate to the performance of other governmental functions are not necessarily appropriate to the operation of a state lottery.

(c)  That the lottery games be operated by a self-supporting, revenue-producing department.

(d)  That the department be accountable to the Legislature and the people of the state through a system of audits and reports and through compliance with financial disclosure, open meetings, and public records laws.

History.--s. 2, ch. 87-65; s. 5, ch. 91-45.

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