Why some state are on the losing end of the lottery system

Aired: 2/8/2015 | 0:03:08 | Clip
Wednesday's Powerball jackpot has spiked to more than $450 million and is likely to grow. The prize is expected to boost sales this week, but ticket buying has reportedly dropped 35 percent since 2013, which is putting state budgets on the losing end of the lottery system. Ben Leubsdorf of The Wall Street Journal joins Alison Stewart from Washington to discuss the pitfalls of Powerball.

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