WOSTER: The time when video lottery went black
Twenty years ago this summer, South Dakota legislative leaders and then-Gov. Walt Miller were still wondering how they'd make up more than $60 million the state treasury faced losing because video lottery had been ruled unconstitutional.
This is the month in 1994 when the bubbly music of video gambling terminals went silent for a time.
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