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for School Law Bulletin Vol. 36 Issue 4, Fall 2005
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Denning analyzes the North Carolina Supreme Court's 2005 decision interpreting the fines and forfeitures provision of Article IX, Section 7 of the North Carolina Constitution. that states the proceeds of all penalties and forfeitures and of all fines collected shall be used exclusively for maintaining free public schools.
In August 2005, the North Carolina General Assembly passed the State Lottery Act. Proponents had worked for almost two decades to make a lottery in the state a reality. Riggsbee discusses the responsibilities of the North Carolina State Lottery Commission, the allocation of lottery revenue, and other provisions of the statute.