The Tennessee Lottery has enough money in its reserves to last until 2024 if revenue and expenses remain the same, although it is currently spending more annually than it takes in. One Tennessee lawmaker says it would take an eight percent increase in tickets sales to keep revenues and expenditures in balance with no rules changes in who gets the scholarship. Yet, there is plenty of discussion in Nashville about raising the requirements or reducing the amount of the scholarship. See the article linked below for more details.
Another decision in the ongoing “guns on campuses” controversy
An Oregon court of appeals struck down a twenty-year ban on firearms on college campuses, saying only state legislatures can regulate firearm possession at Universities. For more see this link: