The state has chosen a company to sell lottery tickets online next year.
Pollard Banknote and NeoGames won the contract, which could be worth as much as $23 million in the first four years.
The Legislature refused Gov. Rick Snyder's request for money to launch the iLottery.
The governor says funding will come from the regular lottery budget instead.
Critics are worried online sales will hurt brick and morter stores.
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